Lamar Odom and Sabrina Parr recently broke off their engagement.

Parr talked about it in his Instagram Stories article this week and said that Odom has to work on some things on his own and that he urgently needs help.

You all know I’m honest and transparent, so I should be the first to tell you I’m no longer engaged to Lamar, she wrote. It was a difficult decision for me, but it’s best for me and my children.

Originally the couple got engaged last November after only three months.

I love him very much, but I can’t be there for him while he’s looking for the help he so desperately needs, she continues. I wish him all the best and ask you to pray for all concerned.

In reaction to Parra Odom’s announcement he went on Facebook to express his regrets about what happened.

Odom was very open about his former drug problems and how these affected his various relationships.

Don’t worry about it. Bronnie’s fine. https://t.co/1o3FyJgFZ2.

– 5. Game 7 (@game7__) November 2020

I’ve been living selfishly for a long time, he said in an interview with CNN.

I’ll be a drug addict for the rest of my life. When you’re sober, you’ll be there. And when you’re there, somehow you understand the consequences and implications of what you’re doing, so I don’t feel like making a drug that isn’t marijuana. I understand the consequences of getting high.

At this point it is not clear whether this 41-year-old has had some kind of relapse – but it certainly sounds like the insinuation of Parr.

Interesting haircut. https://t.co/u11t4vJ

– Game 7 (@game7__) 6. November 2020

Most NBA fans have always been passionate about Odom because of the tragedy and losses he has suffered in his life. His mother died as a child of bowel cancer, his father was a heroin addict and his son Jaden, who was 6½ months old, died of sudden infant death syndrome. Odom heard that his son died at his aunt’s funeral. It seemed like one thing led to another.

Odom spent 13 years in the NBA and played for the Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heath, Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Mavericks and briefly again for the Clippers.

After he became a free agent in 2013, Odom could not find another place in the NBA register. A few months later, he signed a contract with the Cootes Basconius laboratory of the Spanish League and Euroleague, which provided for a two-month extension with the possibility of renewal for the rest of the season. Unfortunately, the shoulder injury suddenly entered the team after only two games.

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. https://t.co/7pAieM1Hfj

– 5. Game 7 (@game7__) November 2020

Although Odom had his best season in 2000 with the Clippers, the most important part of his playing career was between 2008 and 2011 with the Lakers. During this time he played an important role in leading the franchise to two championships and eventually won the sixth male title of 2011.

It is unclear where Odom will go, but the NBA community will continue to support his well-being as it always has.

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