Lamar Odom spent money hand over fist at the Nevada brothel that he was found unconscious at.
According to TMZ, the former NBA star dropped $75,000 at the Love Ranch in just over three days, having arrived on Oct. 10.
Lamar reportedly had a VIP suite at the brothel that consisted of a room, board and girls. After arriving at the ranch -- he was picked up by brothel employees and chauffeured from Las Vegas 70 miles away -- he faced a lineup of women whom he could choose from to stay with him, all for a price.
"He chose two girls who were at his beck and call the entire stay," the report said.
On Oct. 14, the Nye County Sheriff's office released 911 tapes from two calls from the ranch in which employees tell authorities that Lamar had been using cocaine and sexual enhancing drugs. They also indicated a pink/white substance running out of his nose and mouth.
On one of the tapes, the caller indicated to the 911 operator that Lamar has mentioned that he was using cocaine for several days before lapsing into unconsciousness. In a press conference, the sheriff explained that it was "distinctly possible" that Lamar could be prosecuted for cocaine use.
In the meantime, the Kardashian family remains in Las Vegas to pray for Lamar and support Khloe Kardashian who, because she and Lamar are still not legally divorced, is making medical decisions on his behalf. People magazine quoted a source who said Khloe is "lost."
"They're pretty sure this is goodbye, but they're praying for a miracle," a source close to the family told the magazine. "They know that God has the power to heal him, but that's really the last hope at this point. This is really bad."
Several members of the family broke their social media silence, too. Kris Jenner took to Instagram to post a picture of Lamar in a Los Angeles Lakers jersey. "Please pray for Lamar #ourfighter," she wrote. Family recluse Rob Kardashian posted a photo to Instagram of he and Lamar together. "Praying nonstop for my Brother!!" he captioned the image.
With Lamar still on life support, the situation is still very much touch-and-go.