Lamar Odom's Daughter Calls Her Father's Marriage To Khloe Kardashian "Toxic"

Candice Alexander
June 8, 2017

"Things were a lot more public", she told People.

Destiny and her brother Lamar Jr., 14, also made a decision to hold an intervention for their dad.

"There were regular snide comments at school", Destiny said.

She explained that her father became "addicted" to the attention he was receiving while being with Khloé.

Perhaps most surprising was Destiny's take on what happened when her father overdosed back in 2015 and Khloe famously rushed to his bedside.

"Their relationship is very toxic", she continued.

"It was insane that my dad was getting married to this woman that I used to watch religiously", she says.

Once he was eventually doing better, Destiny and her brother Lamar Jr., 14, chose to host an intervention with some of their closest family friends.

The former basketball star's daughter Destiny, 17, says "things changed" when the retired sportsman married the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star.

"When he's not texting me, not calling me, I know he's using". They can love you, they would do anything for you, but at the end of the day, there's a chemical dependency on drugs. "When your parent's an addict and they get clean, it's like a whole new world".

That bond also went on to create problems for Destiny at school.

'You're 19, 20, years old and you start making all this money.

After Odom recovered, Destiny and her brother, Lamar Jr., 14, chose to hold an intervention for their father.

Lamar Odom (l.) married Khloe Kardashian (r.) in 2009.

"We had an intervention with close family friends", she said. She last saw him a few months ago.

The father-of-two revealed in an interview in March that he is now sober after completing a rehab stint, which Destiny encouraged him to do, in January.

Lamar and Khloe finalized their divorce in December.

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