The ranch helped arrange the interviews, which started around 2 a.m. PT on Friday. It is believed that after the interviews were over, Crystal left sometime before 5 a.m.
Cherry's whereabouts are unknown, while Monica Monroe, the second woman Lamar Odom handpicked during his four-day stay at the Love Ranch, is currently with family in San Francisco.
"She's gone from the ranch and has no plans whatsoever to go back there," another source tells ET about Cherry.
The legal brothel, located about 80 miles northwest of Las Vegas, has been receiving numerous phone calls that range from curious inquiries requesting reservations for the suite Odom was staying in to death threats. Unmarked patrol cars are now keeping an eye on the ranch after several suspicious vehicles were spotted loitering on the brothel's premises.
Business at the Love Ranch had been nearly non-existent following Odom's health crisis, with no one staying at the property until one "party" was held Friday morning.
The former NBA pro was placed in a medically induced coma at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas on Wednesday after suffering from a heart attack and organ failure. Odom was also put on dialysis and given a ventilator and breathing tube, though there have been signs of improvement since he woke up on Friday.
The 35-year-old basketball player initially arrived at the ranch on Oct. 10. According to the ranch's owner, Dennis Hof, Odom "was in a great mood" and paid $75,000 for his four-day stay at the brothel. According to an itemized receipt obtained by ET, Odom was charged by four women and racked up a bar tab of $1,036 on Saturday, and he also paid $100 for limo transportation.
ET has reached out to both Ryder and her family, but has not been able to get a hold of either party.