Well, it seems safe to say that Lamar Odom and Sabrina Parr didn't end on good terms. In a virtual interview on The Real, Odom bashed his ex-fiancée and called her "very deceitful," claiming she hurt him "in every which way."
After being asked by the ladies of The Real to open up about his fizzled relationship, which ended last November, Odom got extremely candid about how things ended. "I used to really like, take her word for everything," the 41-year-old said on Monday, March 1, "and she was like, really lying to me the whole time.
"But I guess she got what she wanted," he added, which was "clout or fame... some kind of way."
What exactly was Parr lying about? For one, the former NBA player claimed that he and Parr had been working on a reality series together, but she "put it out" without telling him.
"I would think that when you were putting it out to the world, you would let me know," he told the ladies.
Ultimately, he felt somewhat used, he said. "Just when I talk about her, it makes me sad because I don't really like nobody taking advantage of me, especially for monetary reasons," he admitted, but added that he won’t take legal action against his ex.
"I'm going to let her focus on what she should be focusing on and that's getting her child back," Odom said. "She putting out there that I'm, you know, doing drugs and if you know my past, if you want to hurt my way of making a living, that's the one thing that you can say or bring up to people is that I'm doing drugs."
Parr did not comment publicly on Odom's interview on The Real.
The pair had an on-and-off-again relationship after they first went public in August 2019 and he popped the question in November of that year before they called it quits in November 2020.
"Y'all know I'm honest and transparent so I have to be the first to let you guys know that I am no longer engaged to Lamar," Parr said at the time. "This has been a difficult decision for me to make but it is the best for myself and my children. Lamar has some things that he alone has to work through."
Meanwhile, Odom told Wendy Williams last month that Parr is "a hurt woman." He explained, "She has a lot of problems that I don’t think any one of us could help her with. She probably needs therapy."
While he admitted that he was unfaithful to her, he still insisted that Parr "always made [him] look at her out the corner of my eye."