Lamar Odom has accused his ex-fiancée Sabrina Parr of using him for “fame” throughout their relationship and called her “very deceitful.”
Lamar Odom calls ex-fiancee:
Lamar, a 41-year-old former NBA player, called off his engagement to Sabrina in November. A year after they declared they were planning to marry. And now claims Sabrina was “very deceitful” and used him for money.
“Yeah, in every way,” he said when asked if Sabrina had hurt him. He added “She was a liar and a thief. I used to believe her and take her word for everything. But she was lying to me the entire time. I suppose she got what she needed, which was the blue cheque, so I think I was useful.”
When asked what he thought Sabrina wanted out of the relationship, he said, “Clout or fame, in some way. The thing about this girl is that she and her dishonest boss were supposed to cancel this reality show. But they never told me. Who moves in that manner?”
“It was just me and her. I knew what I was doing” Said Lamar Odom:
Sabrina and her manager, according to Lamar, secretly created a reality show about the couple without telling him. The athlete said he “knew what [he] signed up for” with the reality show. But that he wasn’t told when it would air.
“It was just me and her. I knew what I was doing and I knew what I signed up for. But I thought if you were putting it out to the world you would let me know. That’s a greaseball move and something I can’t respect, from her or her manager.”
Lamar also acknowledged that recalling the lost love made him “sad.”
“When I speak about her, it makes me sad,” he said during an appearance on The Real. “I don’t like people taking advantage of me, particularly for monetary reasons.”
Lamar previously accused Sabrina of keeping his social media accounts “hostage”. And she replied with a statement that called the allegations “highly disappointing.”
“I find Lamar’s and whoever he’s working with’s allegations highly disappointing,” she said. “We are no longer together and haven’t been for a while. I have chosen to move in silence about the situation and i suggest you do the same.” She also pointed that the allegations she was being called out for weren’t true.
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