Downward Spiral: Lamar Odom’s Latest Behavior Will Have You Worried for His Life

So sad.

After his miraculous recovery from a near-death overdose, Lamar Odom is getting dangerously close to rock-bottom once again.
The former NBA player has been rumored to be off the wagon for months now, returning to his drinking and drug habits, but his latest behavior on a flight from Los Angeles to New York truly has people worried for his life. According to TMZ, Odom got wasted in the airport lounge while waiting for his flight, and then threw up all over the cabin as soon as he boarded. He even had to be escorted off the plane after flight crew deemed him too tossed to fly.

According to eyewitnesses, Odom was slamming beers and whiskey at the airport just before his flight. When he took his seat in first class, he reportedly immediately got sick and then threw up all over the galley and the bathroom. 
The flight crew "gently" escorted Odom off the plane, TMZ reports, but he reappeared ten minutes later with vomit on his clothes. Within minutes, he was making his way to the bathroom once again to vomit. It got so bad that he had to steady himself on the heads of other passengers as he walked down the aisle — and this was before the plane had even left the runway, so turbulence had nothing to do with it.
The crew reportedly removed him from the flight for good after a passenger said, "Don't you know his history? I don't want a dead body at 30,000 feet."
Utterly tragic. 
Odom has had a rough go of it lately, following his divorce from Khloé Kardashian and getting kicked out of the home she had rented for him during his recovery. According to reports, Khloé gave Lamar the boot as a form of tough love after he fell off the wagon and refused to get help. Sounds like nothing is helping the athlete when it comes to fighting his demons. We just pray that he gets help before it's too late...again.
Catch up on Khloé and Lamar's latest divorce with BET Breaks, above.

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