Khloe Kardashian Leaves Lamar Odom’s Side For 1st Time For Kim’s Baby Shower …

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Inside Lamar Odom’s not so sex-filled brothel binge.

LAMAR Odom was more sad sack than sex stud during his four-day stay at the Love Ranch — watching “Interstellar” and “Mad Max” with the two hookers who later found him passed out, and he often slept alone after herbal-Viagra-assisted sex sessions. “When people hear about three- or four-day benders, they imagine running up and down hallways naked and swinging from chandeliers and stuff,” said Richard Hunter, a manager at the Nevada brothel who spoke to ESPN. “There was nothing erratic or wild about his behaviour,” he explained. “He was very polite, just sort of reserved and shy or whatever.” Odom, 35, is believed to have overdosed on cocaine and other drugs before he was discovered by Ryder Cherry and Monica Monroe on October 13, according to search-warrant records. Khloe Kardashian made sure to make an appearance at her sister Kim’s Troop Beverly Hills-themed baby shower in Beverly Hills on Sunday, Oct. 25, amid the stresses of her estranged husband Lamar Odom’s ongoing hospitalization.

Describing the two-time NBA champion’s behaviour during his brothel binge, Ryder and Monica explained how they went to his suite whenever he asked, with him telling them when to leave and how long to stay away so he could try to nap. The reality star, 31, put on matching blue-and-white striped PJs with the rest of her family — including Kris, Kendall and Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian — to celebrate Kim’s baby-to-be. The baby shower for Kim and Kanye’s baby boy was postponed one week after Odom, 35, was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 13, after being found unconscious at Nevada brothel Love Ranch South. Despite popular perception, prostitution is illegal there, and the state’s brothels actually operate far away from the glare of the state’s largest city.

But the downward trajectory is clear. “These brothels are really a relic of the past,” a state senator told the LA Times. “The urban areas have an appetite to abolish them. And given the state’s rapid urbanization, there’s really little popular support left for these businesses.” The oldest profession will never disappear completely, but its social and legal contours are ever-shifting. As a long-time lobbyist for brothel-owners told the Las Vegas Review-Journal last year, “I think legal, regulated sex for sale is on its way out.” And yet it’s hard to imagine Nevada without brothels. The industry first bloomed in the 19th century thanks to miners who poured into the region, particularly around the Comstock Lode—that trove of silver ore whose discovery in 1859 prompted a frenzy that rivaled the California Gold Rush of a decade before. In Las Vegas proper, they operated for decades in an area downtown called “Block 16.” It’s not that we’re living in an unprecedentedly immoral age, but that we no longer need to drive to seedy brothels in rural counties to procure our poison.

After years of tax trouble—and one suspicious murder of a heavyweight boxer linked with Conforte’s wife—Conforte fled to Brazil, where he still lives today. In 2012, the current owner of the Mustang Ranch was elected to a seat on the county board of commissioners, perhaps a sign that brothels are less controversial than ever. He owns seven brothels in the state, wrote a dishy book about his experiences in the industry, and starred in the HBO reality series “Cathouse.” There may be a reason that Hof has diversified like this: The industry’s decline means that Hof is no Hef.

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