Lamar Odom is heading down a dangerous and all-too-familiar road, a new report suggests.
Celebrity website TMZ, who has been very accurate with it's Lamar Odom reporting in the past, said family and friends of the former NBA star believe he's back on hard drugs. Those same people said they recently confronted him about his reported drug use.
Khloe Kardashian's estranged husband has acting very strangely lately, the website claims, and his closest allies think he's off the wagon again and they've been trying to get through to him.
A group of his pals went to his Calabasas home recently to convince him to go to rehab, but Lamar scoffed at the notion and said he didn't need help. The most recent failed intervention was eerily like a failed intervention in 2013.
During the confrontation, friends allegedly noticed drug paraphernalia scattered all over the place, including crack pipes, baggies and roaches.
While many assumed that he would straighten out his life after his near-death experience in a Nevada brothel, it's actually done the exact opposite. Friends fear that Lamar is under the impression that he's invincible now.
Over the past several months, Lamar has been seen hitting up bars, something that really irked Khloe and was reportedly a factor in her filing for divorce from him last week for a second time.
There were many who thought that she and Lamar would end up back together, especially given all they've been through within the last seven months, when she sat by his side as he clung to life in a Nevada hospital following his overdose.
On May 26, though, the reality star filed for divorce.
Much like the first time she filed for divorce, Khloe cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason. Multiple outlets have said that she is very upset that he is drinking again.
The first time that the duo split, reports said that Lamar was deep into crack cocaine and the alleged drug use was the principle cause of the demise of his marriage.
"I loved him always, and I will always love him," Khloe said of Lamar after his overdose. "I don't believe love is fickle. I believe when you love someone, you are allowed to love from afar. You don't have to be with that person in order to love him."