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Sheriff Sharon Wehrly speaks about the hospitalization of Lamar Odom

*Lamar Odom reportedly spent $75,000 at Love Ranch South in the three days before he was found unconscious.

Sources at the Ranch tell TMZ that employees picked Lamar up and chauffeured him from his Vegas home to the ranch, 70 miles away. As with every customer, Odom faced a lineup of working girls upon his arrival, and he chose two that he wanted to be at his beck and call throughout his entire stay.

Lamar’s VIP suite and women totaled $75,000, according to TMZ.

The latest as of press time:

A 911 call released Wednesday by the Nye County Sheriff’s Department revealed that Odom took cocaine and as many as 10 sexual-performance supplement pills leading up to his hospitalization.

As previously reported, he was rushed to a medical facility after being found unresponsive by staff at the brothel, located in Crystal, Nev., around 70 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

Sheriff Sharon Wehrly said two employees of the Love Ranch stated Odom was unresponsive when they called 911 on Tuesday afternoon at 3:15 p.m. and informed dispatch of his drug use. The initial emergency call came from Mitzi John, a Love Ranch employee who described Odom as unconscious and in need of an ambulance. John called 911 frantically a second time urging dispatchers to hurry, as Odom had “blood coming out of his nose and white stuff coming out of his mouth.”

The phone was later passed to Richard Hunter, media director of the Love Ranch, who described how Odom had taken the sexual-performance enhancer over the course of three days, having arrived at the ranch on Saturday.

“They confirmed his (cocaine) usage on Saturday but were unsure if it had continued throughout the weekend,” Sheriff Wehrly said at a media conference on Wednesday afternoon. “They also informed dispatch that he had used up to 10 tabs of sexual performance supplements.”

Detective Michael Eisenloffel has not ruled out that Odom’s actions were a suicide attempt.

Police said the sexual-performance supplements ingested by Odom were legal and were obtained from the Love Ranch. Dennis Hof, the owner of the Love Ranch, claimed on Wednesday that the brothel did not offer supplements to its visitors, despite advertising “Viagra” parties on its website.

Wehrly said it was “distinctly possible” that Odom could face charges of drug possession pending the results of the investigation. She stated that the actions of Love Ranch employees would also be looked into.

Listen to the 911 call in Sheriff Wehrly’s news conference below: