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Lamar Odom Writes Letter To His Exes, Celebrates Being Drug And Pornography Free

As you all know, Lamar Odom almost died several years ago when he suffered a drug overdose at a brothel in Nevada. He was in a coma following the incident, but eventually recovered, thanks in large part to Khloe Kardashian helping him along the way, even though they weren’t technically together anymore.

The incident happened in 2015 and they officially got divorced one year later in 2016. The former NBA star has had his troubles following the overdose, but for the most part, he has successfully changed his life for the better. It’s truly a miracle he’s doing as good as he is.

In a recent Instagram post, Odom reflected on his complicated past and relationships while revealing he has been sober for quite some time. As most of you know, he was addicted to drugs and sex for most of his life.

But before he talked about his sobriety, he talked about his abusive relationship with ex-finacee Sabrina Parr.

A year ago yesterday I left my ex fiance’ [SIC] at the W Hotel in Atlanta without notice. When she realized I was gone back to my home in San Diego she was livid. I received over 250 calls and text messages over the course of last December from her wanting to fix us. We were toxic. Independently and collectively. Leaving broke my heart but saved my soul.

I sought solace in marijuana and a slew of random women, not loving any of them, not really wanting to be with any of them, but it beat being lonely.

But then one day, Odom says his soul opened up and he found the light.

One day, my soul opened up, light bulb went off and I wanted and needed to change for ME! My team had worked hard to get me a fresh start. I had to honor that ??. Today, I am free. Drug free. Marijuana free. Relationship free. I am rebuilding a relationship with myself. With my family. I am focused on my faith. My growth. My brand. I am a legend. I own that. I am a recovering addict. I own that too.

Hey, man. We ain’t gonna hate on that. Let’s just hope the sobriety sticks this time. You can never be too sure with an addict. It’s a lifelong battle, but as long he builds a supportive team around him, he should be okay.

It’s worth noting that Parr also posted a message on her own Instagram account, and well, she remembers things much differently…

A year ago today, I officially walked away from my ex-fiance. I did not tell a soul (not even him); I just left! I knew the more I continued to talk about my unhappiness, the more I would stay comfortable being in it. We were less than a year away from getting married. I was scared, hurt, and unsure of the outcome, but I knew if I stayed, I would never be free.

Oh lawd. Someone help these two.