The former basketball star's daughter Destiny, 17, says ''things changed'' when the retired sportsman married the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star.
She admitted: ''Things changed when my dad married Khloe. Things were a lot more public. When your dad's an NBA player that's already enough, but when he's marrying a reality TV star, things are so public and you don't have a private life anymore.
''It was crazy that my dad was getting married to this woman that I used to watch religiously. It was such a whirlwind, really ... [When Khloe helped Lamar after his overdose] a lot of people in our circle were confused. Their relationship is very toxic.''
And Lamar's highly-publicised romance with Khloe caused problems for Destiny at school too.
She added: ''There were regular snide comments at school. And when his addiction became public, then it became a social media thing. Even people that I thought were my friends were saying stuff on social media. It was humiliating.''
And now Destiny is hopeful her father - who also has Lamar Jr. with his ex-wife Liza Morales - will get the help he needs.
Speaking in a feature titled 'Surviving A Father's Addiction: Lamar Odom's Family Speaks Out', she shared: ''I've had conversations with him just letting him know that I want him to get help. But at the end of the day he's a grown man and you have to want it for yourself.''
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