Lamar Odom Is 'Totally Fine' But 'Shaken Up' After Accidentally Crashing into 2 Parked Cars, His Rep Says

Lamar Odom is "okay" after he crashed his car into two parked vehicles in Los Angeles in the early hours of Sept. 11, his rep confirmed.

Lamar Odom Is 'Totally Fine' But 'Shaken Up' After Accidentally Crashing into 2 Parked Cars, His Rep Says
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According to Rodriguez, Odom was behind the wheel of his white Mercedes when “his phone fell and it dropped on the floor and when he reached out for it, his arm went with it” and he ran into a parked car that then hit another parked car nearby upon impact.

She confirmed that Odom “was totally fine,” but that “he was a little shaken up” because “all three of his airbags deployed.”

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 20: NBA player Lamar Odom attends the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival Gala for Benji during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival at the Borough of Manhattan Community College on April 20, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

As a result, LAPD did not perform any field sobriety tests, she noted.

LAPD witnessed Odom exchange insurance information with the two owners of the vehicles hit and was driven home by his security guard who was already following him from behind since his Mercedes had to be towed, according to Rodriguez.

The former Lakers star was previously involved in a fatal car crash in 2011 when his chauffeur driver hit a motorcycle, which in turn killed a 15-year-old boy — right after he visited his cousin at a hospital in New York City.

Odom recounted the accident in a 2021 interview with VladTV. He explained that the crash occurred while he was on his way back from getting his haircut in Queens after seeing his cousin when the chauffeur driver handed him the phone and didn’t see the motorcyclist attempting to turn left.

At that moment, the chauffeur driver hit the motorcyclist, who then crashed into the teenage pedestrian. The motorcyclist was in stable condition at the same hospital where the 15-year-old died from his injuries, ESPN reported at the time.