Lamar Odom Opens Up About Cheating On Khloe Kardashian, Brothel Incident And Out Of Control Drug Use By Staff Writer | Mar 30, 2017 12:46 PM EDT Lamar Odom finally opened up about his split with Khloe Kardashian, his adultery, and drug use. The former NBA star was in a major health risk when he fell into a coma and suffered from 12 strokes and two heart attacks. He was found at a Las Vegas-area brothel back in October 2015. In an interview with Us Weekly, Lamar Odom admitted Cocaine use and having affair with multiple women during his marriage to Khloe. He stated that his ex-wife once caught him using drugs and was very disappointed. Lamar Odom, however, added that he didn't know he was more disappointed because of his lack of control on drugs or because Khloe caught him. The former basketball player also stated that "Keeping up with the Kardashian" had made him a known face among many women and he couldn't control himself."If there is one thing I regret when I was married, it was having multiple affairs with different women," Us Weekly quoted Lamar Odom. "That wasn't the stand-up thing to do."According to Mirror, Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian split in 2013 after four years of marriage. They got married in September 2009, after a month of dating.Lamar Odom described that because of the show people who never followed basketball started recognizing him. it also opened up a path for business ventures for him, mentioning his and Khloe's fragrance 'Unbreakable'. Lamar Odom continued that after Khloé filed for divorce in December 2013, he moved into an apartment in L.A. during his stay there, his drug use worsened severely. Khloe Kardashian' ex admitted being in a 'very dark place and very confrontational'. Lamar Odom stated that he wasn't even trying to make amends with his ex-wife but only focused not getting high.Lamar Odom also stated that drug use has caused his career to end because his health was fizzling away. He said that he was surprised to find his ex-wife Khloe Kardashian supported him during his recovery and played a major part in getting his memory back.