Lamar Odom suffered from a near-fatal overdose in October, and multiple reports suggest that he still has an incredibly long way to go on his road to recovery.
But the women he had been enjoying time with at a Las Vegas brothel at the time of his alleged overdose have been given the all clear and are back at work, TMZ reports.
According to the gossip site, last week Ryder Cherry and Monica Monroe returned to work at Love Ranch South after being banned by owner Dennis Hof while he conducted an investigation. Hof reportedly felt that the women were not entirely truthful about what really went down during their time with Odom.
But Hof has since changed his mind and believes Monroe and Cherry’s version of events. Even American Express has changed its tune and is reportedly lifting its hold on the $75,000 that Odom made for the brothel’s services.
And business at the Love Ranch South is booming. Apparently, since the news broke of Odom’s time in the brothel, there have been 20 clients who have requested to “party” with the two women. But they also have a message for Odom, and according to TMZ, Cherry took to Twitter to let him know that she and Monroe are thinking of him.
She tweeted, “Monica and i are thinking about you hope you are well!!”