Brothel owner speaks on star's stay, says no sign of drugs

The owner of the brothel where Odom had been found unconscious after a 4-day stay, Dennis Hof, has revealed what happened during his stay.

Dennis Hof, owner of the brothel where Lamar Odom was found unconscious says there was no sign of drugs

More details on what took place at the Love Ranch brothel in Pahrump, Nevada, during NBA star, Lamar Odom's stay have surfaced.

The owner of the brothel where Odom had been found unconscious after a 4-day stayDennis Hof, has revealed what happened during his stay.

Hof says that the former NBA star arrived to the ranch, located 40 minutes outside of Las Vegas, on Saturday, October 10, and also spent time at Hof's home, which is connected to the brothel.

Despite the 4-day stay, however, Hof claims that Odom, 34, "didn't drink that much" while he was there.

"There was no sign of drugs at all," Hof says, "except he was taking herbal viagra."

Odom had been found unconscious by two of Hof's employees around 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

Police were called to the scene and he was taken to a hospital in a Pahrump, Nevada.

According to Hof, Ryder and Madison last saw Odom conscious at 6 a.m. Tuesday.

When they returned to his room at 3 p.m. they knew something was wrong.

"911 said to roll him on his left side and a bunch of ugly stuff came out of him," Hof says.

Shortly after Odom was taken to the hospital, Hof shared that someone from the athlete's management team came to pick up his belongings.

Hof won't confirm if Odom has stayed at the Love Ranch before, but says nothing seemed out of the ordinary ahead of Tuesday's incident.

"He was having a great time but he was a little somber on Sunday, but you know when you party all night…"

Hof goes on to say: "He said he was just trying to get away from people so he could have some time to himself without the pressures of being who he is."

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