Lamar Odom has reportedly shown some signs of improvement. Latest report says the NBA champion opened his eyes and even squeezed Kim Kardashian's hand.
Lamar Odom reportedly wakes up
The 35-year-old is reportedly demonstrating some hope that he will get better. Lamar fluttered his eyes lids, as well as grabbed Kim Kardashian‘s hand!
According to HollywoodLife.com, the 35-year-old is reportedly demonstrating some hope that he will get better. An insider tells the site that there have been encouraging signs, including Lamar fluttering his eyes lids, as well as grabbing his former sister-in-law‘s hand!
This news comes less than two days after the former LA Lakers star was found unresponsive inside a Nevada brothel on October 13. He has since been in coma at the Sunrise hospital in Las Vegas.
"There have been a few encouraging moments, including when Odom briefly fluttered open his eyes and squeezed Kim Kardashian’s hand,” Entertainment Tonight has learned, after speaking with a source close to Lamar.
Despite the signs of improvement Lamar has shown, he sadly still faces an extremely tough road ahead. Doctor say his kidneys and heart are both failing, he has been placed on dialysis, and his condition remains critical.
We earlier reported that Lamar has also suffered multiple strokes since being admitted to the hospital, which according to experts is a very bad sign as each stroke increases the likelihood of permanently entering a state of vegetation or death. “If he was down for long enough he will be gone, he’ll be in fruit and vegetable state,” Dr. John O’Dea revealed to HollywoodLife exclusively.
According to the 911 call made by a brothel employee, Lamar was excreting a substance from his nose and mouth when he was found at the Love-Ranch brothel, and he had allegedly been using various drugs.
The Kardashians, friends and fans have been pouring their endless support as Lamar continuous to fight for his life. We are sending Lamar all the best, and are praying this is just the start of what will be a full recovery!
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