"It is with extreme gratitude and appreciation to all of you around the world who have prayed without ceasing for Lamar, that we announce his transition to the next stage of his miraculous recovery at a new facility," Mercer said in a statement to ET. "Lamar continues to make remarkable strides and we are asking that you continue to respect our privacy. Again we thank you all greatly, your support has been paramount in helping to uplift us during these past few difficult months."
Khloe Kardashian gave a positive update on her estranged husband's recovery to ET, Thursday night, saying that Lamar would be released "hopefully soon."
"He's definitely doing better and better every day which I'm so grateful for," the 31-year-old reality star added. "He's fighting really hard and I'm really proud of him for that fight and his will to want to get better."
Lamar was moved from Las Vegas to L.A. in October to be closer to home during his recovery, which has had many ups and downs, and Khloe has been by his side for much of the way. In November, she told ET still had "a lot of other issues to deal with."
"He's doing better every day, for sure, which is a blessing, but it’s going to be a long road and he has to walk that road," she shared. "It's going to be a long time."