Can’t believe this! Ex-NBA Star, Lamar Odom reveals 14 yrs Olympic secrete

Can’t believe this! Ex-NBA Star, Lamar Odom reveals 14 yrs Olympic secrete
May 18 11:46 2019 Print This Article

Former National Basketball Association,NBA, star and ex-husband to reality TV star, Khloé Kardashian, Lamar Odom has revealed how he used a ‘fake’ penis to pass a drug test for the Olympics in 2004.

The 39-year-old who was offered a spot in the U.S. Men’s Olympic basketball team confessed that he had to purchase a prosthetic penis filled with his trainers urine to pass drug test because he had been “smoking weed every day that summer.”

Lamar added that he knew he wouldn’t pass to compete at the Olympics in Athens, Greece if he had not come up with a way of passing the drug test by using a fake penis.

He revealed this in his new memoir, Darkness to Light, posted by the PEOPLE.

Lamar wrote: “The joy of being named to the twelve-man roster quickly turned to anxiety when Olympic officials informed me that I would have to pass a drug test before officially joining the team.

“There was absolutely no way I was going to pass. I’d been smoking weed every day that summer. Panic set in. We started googling ‘fake penises’ and studied different ways to beat a drug test.

‘After an exhaustive search we ordered a giant, rubber, black c*** to arrive the next day

“I then got my drug-free trainer to urinate into the reservoir of the phallus, which was hidden in the balls as the tester arrived at my home.

“He handed me the rubber penis and left the bathroom as I strapped it on

“I unzipped my pants and carefully slid the fake penis through the zipper hole. To get the pee to come out of the tip, I had to squeeze the shaft repeatedly.”

He added that he later passed the test and went on to play on the U.S. National Team and won a bronze medal in the Olympics in 2004.


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