Lamar Odom is on the mend, and Khloe Kardashian is very relieved, she said in one of her 4,295 interviews over the past few weeks.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Revenge Body and Kocktails With Khloe star says her husband is doing “great” in recent days.
“It was terrifying and scary ... no one knew what was going to happen."
Khloe confirmed that Lamar has been transferred to a private facility near her Calabasas, Calif., home, following his near-fatal overdose.
She says his NBA training may have helped him survive, and recover:
"I really think having so many years of working out every single day - he wasn’t even walking three weeks ago, and now he’s walking.”
“We were able to leave the hospital - he was able to walk out of the hospital. And it was such a great thing. You get strolled on in there."
"He didn’t really even know where he was, and he [was] able to walk out on his own. So I’m happy for him and how he’s trying."
Odom, Kardashian says, has been "really making great strides. And that’s a testament to his own will and desire to get better.”
That's not to say everything has been smooth sailing, by a long shot.
She's still dating NBA star James Harden, reportedly much to the chagrin of Odom, who is pining for her and hoped they would reconcile.
Fat chance of that, from everything we've read and heard of late.
Earlier in the week, Kardashian told Howard Stern about Lamar's prolific, disgusting cheating habits during their four-year marriage.
”Lamar was so great at making me feel like I was the only one and I was this princess. I never speculated about his cheating," she said.
"He was so good," she lamented. "Nothing was on his cellphones."
The baller is said to be royally furious at Khloe for talking about this publicly, but really, what does he expect at this point, considering:
- He clearly chose various drugs and mistresses over his marriage;
- He married Khloe Kardashian. Talking about her life is her job.