"No sex occurred while Lamar was at the Love Ranch. We talked, we laughed, and we shared our sorrows, but we didn't have sex," Monroe said.
Monroe said that, while they never consummated the pay-for-play relationship, the two did bond because they both suffered relationship losses.
"Lamar and I made a connection because we both were a little lonely due to recent losses in our lives: I had recently lost my boyfriend of eight years to a shooting and he was distraught over his estranged wife, Khloe Kardashian."
The sex worker said that her business was negatively affected by the Odom incident, because her celebrity clientele no longer trusted her to be discreet.
"Dennis Hof's establishments get an impressive amount of celebrity and high-profile visitors, and we're known for maintaining confidentiality and privacy for our clients," Monroe said. "After Lamar overdosed, it was perceived by many of my high-profile clients that I was no longer discreet, or that I was the type of person to 'kiss and tell.'"
She also states that Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof may be concerned about the damage Odom has done to Hof's professional reputation.
The prostitute goes on to reveal that her personal life was turned upside-down as a result of the media firestorm surrounding Odom's overdose, and that she was overwhelmed by emails and phone calls from childhood acquaintances begging her for money.
The full blog post can be viewed here: http://www.bunnyranch.com/blog/sex-worker-reflects-on-lamar-odom-love-ranch/
Contact Dennis Hof: Dennis@bunnyranch.com or (775) 720-9090
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SOURCE Bunny Ranch