Lamar Odom Purchases Scrubbing Pads, Plans to Build Homemade Crack Pipe?

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It has come down to this for Lamar Odom:

Cameras are now following the star's every move, analyzing his every purchase and asking fans to decide: Is he building his own crack pipe?!?

TMZ posted photos of Odom leaving a San Fernando Valley pharmacy Tuesday with Chore Boy copper scrubbing pads clearly seen through his plastic bag.

Lamar recently denied having a drug problem, but try telling that to Forbes magazine, which wrote a piece on how these pads are used as a filter in makeshift crack pipes.

Or to Urban Dictionary, which likewise describes the items as being "used by people smoking crack to retain some of the cocaine vapors."

Moreover, go ahead and type "Chore Boy" into Google. We'll wait as you see the first word that comes up as an auto-fill suggestion in the search bar ...

Odom stopped by this pharmacy after meeting Khloe Kardashian's assistant.

He received some clothes from her during the meeting, proving that the couple is not only living apart, but also going through intermediaries for all contact.

Earlier this week, ex-mistress and current lawyer Polina Polonsky described her relationship with Odom and claimed she has witnessed him smoking crack.

Whatever you think of her, she may not be exaggerating.

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