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Report: Lamar Odom missing

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NBA star and Queens native Lamar Odom has been missing for nearly 72 hours and may be on a drug binge, according to celebrity gossip site TMZ.com.

Odom, husband of reality TV star Khloe Kardashian, was reportedly in a drug rehab center in San Diego recently but checked out early.

On Wednesday, after failing to complete his stint at the facility, Kardashian reportedly kicked him out of their Los Angeles mansion

Odom, 33, has not been seen since.

The former LA Laker and La Clipper player has allegedly been abusing crack cocaine for nearly two years, reports TMZ.

A representative for Odom told the site he was "fine" but would not say where he is.

Rumors have swirled about a deteriorating marriage for the couple who wed only four weeks after first meeting.  Several women have come forward alleging affairs with the NBA standout.

Kardashian, one of the stars of the reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has discussed their failed attempts at conceiving a child.

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