Lamar Odom replies to Sabrina Parr once more and asks her to launch his passwords and passport

When we thought of the exchange between Lamar Odom and his ex-fiancée Sabrina Parr, Lamar replied again on Instagram. We previously reported that Lamar claimed Sabrina took access to his social media accounts hostage.

Sabrina replied in a series of emails, but many roommates pointed out that their receipts were old, including Lamar. Sabrina shared emails from January 2020 showing conversations between her and Facebook to gain access to Lamar accounts that he knew at the time.

Lamar shared another long Instagram post. He wrote: “Sabrina stops. They hacked my social media every few months. Your receipts are not good. That is from a year ago. I recently asked you to release my password. I can only post using the phone you set up. You don’t want me to expose you. So stop Give me my password and passport. “

In the caption, Lamar went into more detail. It said, “No love lost, BabyDoll, but it’s over. I just ask you to release my passport and passwords. That’s it. You’ve wronged me in so many ways and I was ready to quietly walk away, but I see you want a show. I gave you a global platform. Use it for your own good or it will destroy you. All the best.”

Many roommates quickly took Lamar to one side in the comments. Derrick Jaxn, Writer and Social Media Influence, commented, “Said it before, but it needs to be said again. She shows many signs of an undercover narcissist. This is exactly how they keep you in the loop while pretending to try to let go. They will torture and control you with every resource they have. I really hope Lamar gets rid of her. Smh ”

Hopefully Lamar and Sabrina will heal from this situation and he can regain access to his accounts and passport.

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