Shortly after Lamar Odom's near-fatal overdose at the Love Ranch brothel in Nevada, two prostitutes were credited with finding him unconscious and helping to save his life.
Now, those women - who have been identified by their professional names, Madison Montag and Ryder Cherry - are being accused of encouraging the heavy drug use that nearly cost Odom his life.
Montag and Cherry were previously accused of supplying Odom with drugs, and now, TMZ is reporting that Love Ranch management hand-picked the women for Odom due to their reputations for "partying" with clients.
Several other workers at the brothel have reportedly complained about owners pushing a man with a history of addiction into a situation with two women who are known for indulging in and encouraging substance abuse.
In fact, insiders claim that at least one employee - a woman who goes by the name Tristen Lace - has quit in protest.
Montag and Cherry are currently on suspension after allegedly lying to management about the extent of Odom's drug use.
The women claim the suspension is simply management's way of cheating them out of their portion of the $75,000 that Odom paid for their services over the course of his two-day stay.
Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof has declined to comment on the situation.