Four years ago, Khloé Kardashian (34) and Lamar Odom (39) came to an end.
The couple had a troubled relationship which ended with Odom's fall into a coma after being unconscious in Nevada's brothel.
Now the former basketball is talking about the relationship.
– I wish I had been a better man, he told People.
Odom has written the autobiography "Darkness to Light", where he writes about the relationship.
He says he is several times unfaithful to the star "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and that he has also hidden his addiction to cocaine.
– I'm worried today. But repentance is something we have to learn to live with, he told the site.
More wealthy than just
He says that both were happy in love after a meeting in 2009, and that he had never been as happy as when he married the two months later.
– For a while she was to be with her happiness, and I have never been so happy. We were one of the most popular couples in Hollywood, and we had more money with each other than we all had, "he said.
At the same time, Odom found it difficult to get sex and drug addiction, and she wrote that she had sex with over 2000 women.
«There were too many strikers to be able to count them. It wasn't a big deal, but I paid them often. I never looked at them,"It's writing.
He says he, at the beginning of the relationship with Khloé, is loyal, but eventually began to engage with others while at the same time was addicted to cocaine.
«I didn't get to grips with the deadly mix of light, bondage, a career that was declining and infidelity, t"We write, and say it's paranoid and struggling with anxiety and depression. T
«I couldn't keep the cock ** in my pants or cocaine out of the nose. People who are addicted to drugs are extremely good at hiding their habits. I became defensive, and only let Khloé leave,»
He explained that Khloé eventually discovered the infidelity and went out to separate.
Organ failure and injury to the brain
Soon after, Lamar took overdose after staying in the brothel Love Ranch in Nevada for four days, soaring between life and death.
Many of his organs failed, and doctors believed that damage to the brain was irreparable.