Khloe Kardashian Worries About Lamar Odom While Family Vacations in Cuba on 'KUWTK'

Lamar Odom's struggle with addiction was front and center on Sunday's all-new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as Khloe Kardashian worried about her ex while the family was on vacation on Cuba.
"It's scary to go to another country and then not have any access to back home," Khloe shared. "Lamar knows that it's not easy to reach me. There's like one hotel in all of Cuba that has wi-fi… that's just a nerve-wracking thought."
The 32-year-old reality star has been the former NBA player's rock throughout his on-going health issues, supporting him through his hospitalization last year, and during his ongoing recovery process.
"I mean I have put a lot of my life on hold to try to help Lamar and get him on a great track," Khloe explained, adding that her ex "has come a long way since his hospital situation," but that there is "still so much Lamar has to fix about himself."
For Khloe, the fear was that the former NBA star would revert back to his old ways. According to the reality star, when the two were married, Lamar would allegedly sneak off to indulge his vices when Khloe was traveling.
"Every time I would leave town [when] we were married, this happened," she recounted. "I just didn't think he would still do the same thing."
To make matters more suspicious, Khloe revealed that Lamar asked her for cash before the left for the vacation, which the family took back in May.
"I already know that he was like, waiting for me to leave town," Khloe said to her friend, Malika Haqq, while out to dinner in Cuba.
"You've done everything you can do," Haqq said, trying to comfort her friend. "You can't control him. You want to try and be the best, but honey, if he wants to run himself back into the gutter, he's gonna do just that."
Around the time of the Kardashians’ Cuba trip, Lamar was photographed at a bar, drinking alcohol against doctors’ orders. After photos of her ex surfaced, Khloe tweeted a cryptic message, reading, "Damaged people are dangerous, because they know they can survive."