Kardashians Respond To Brothel Owner Who Told Them To 'Go To Hell'
Khloé Kardashian is asking Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof to show some respect to Lamar Odom while he remains in a coma at Sunrise Hospital.
On Thursday, it was reported Dennis Hof said after Lamar Odom was admitted to the hospital, Khloé Kardashian's publicist asked him to remain quiet about the incident to the media.
Hof told the New York Daily News,
They asked me not to talk to the media. I told her to pass on a message: Go to hell.
If she really cared about this man, he wouldn't be at my place with my girls.
That same day, Hof spoke with Wendy Williams about the specifics of Odom's stay at the Love Ranch. He told the TV personality,
You can spend a few hundred or a few million there. Lamar wanted a long period of time. He gave the girls $75,000 but he planned on being there a long time, at least five days. He called and wanted me to come down, we were going to have [a] little birthday party for me, so it would have ended up being like 10 days by the time he left.
Khloé has now spoken up about her interactions with Hof through a public statement released by her publicist and reported by Us Weekly. It reads,
We reached out to Dennis. Politely asking him to respect Lamar's (and Khloé's) privacy during this difficult time, and refrain from talking to the press. This is a very painful situation, as I know you are aware, and the idea that anyone would use it to seek publicity is really sad.
Our thoughts are with Lamar and his family.