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'Drugs and hookers' threaten Khloe Kardashian's marriage

ON THE ROCKS: Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian (PA)

NEW ACCUSATIONS have emerged over Lamar Odom’s drug abuse and infidelity adding more pressure to his four-year marriage with Khloe Kardashian-Odom.

The marriage is already reported to be on the rocks.

A New York drug dealer has come forward claiming to have witnessed the 33-year-old sportsman spending nights with high-class prostitutes during alleged cocaine binges during trips to his hometown in Queens, New York.

Odom had already been accused of sleeping with two women behind his wife's back, while there are persistent allegations of crack cocaine abuse.

In an interview with website Radar, the dealer wishing to remain anonymous and referred to as "Mr Fixit", claims Odom would regularly smoke cocaine with high-end escorts used by well-known celebrities – but he had only ever seen the basketball player “get a little friendly with them".

He said: "His marriage is in the toilet bowl, but he likes the high-end prostitute, you want to call them… I’ve seen him with ladies that weren’t his wife. They were having a good time. They were using drugs. They were going to party, to drink."

The allegations come following reports Kardashian-Odom had kicked him out of their Los Angeles home, giving him an ultimatum to go and seek help for his drug problems.

Mr Fixit claims Lamar’s brother-in-law Rob Kardashian – who reportedly knew about his spiraling drug problem for more than a year before it went public – would frequently accompany him on these visits.

The two have forged a close friendship after Rob moved in with the couple a few years ago.

He added: "Absolutely. I’ve seen Rob before. I have nothing to say about Robert. I’ve never seen Robert do anything outside of have fun and drink at parties. But I’ve seen him… I don’t know much about Robert, but I’ve seen them together, yes, absolutely."

The drug dealer alleged to have witnessed the former Los Angeles Clippers basketball player consume cocaine on several occasions in New York since 2010.

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