What is Sabrina Parr and Lamar Odom's net worth? Meet the couple dating again after ex-basketball player dubbed her 'bitter'
Since 2020, Odom and now ex-fiancee Parr have been going through a very public and nasty break-up
Sabrina Parr and Lamar Odom are set to be a part of OWN's new 'Behind Every Man' episode at the end of this month. Unfortunately, the couple is going through a very public and nasty breakup. But it seems that both are moving forward quite nicely, with individual jobs that make them enough money to sustain themselves.
Where are the couple right now? Here's all you need to know about their life.
What is Sabrina Parr's net worth?
Parr, a health and lifestyle coach, is also a fitness model and a former athlete. While her educational background has not been disclosed, she has a graduate-level education, according to reports, and went to Collinwood High School. According to reports, her net worth is approximately $500,000 and her salary has not been disclosed. Parr created videos that help people live a healthy lifestyle. She was also a former state track champion.
Parr did not come from a wealthy family and worked as an assistant coach at her school. Her program that promotes a healthy lifestyle is called 'Getting Up To Parr' and her website offers detox teas, diets and workout plans along with personal training. Parr also has a criminal record. During her marriage to Antonio Davis, reports indicate that an argument about infidelity led to domestic violence. Parr had allegedly hit Antonio and he had to get stitches on his head. She was arrested on May 7, 2015, and later found guilty in court. She got 180 days in jail and three years of probation. She was released early on good behavior.
What is Lamar Odom's net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Odom is worth $30M with a salary of $8.2M. Odom earned his millions as a professional basketball player playing forward for Los Angeles Lakers. He had earned $115M in salary before taxes during his career in the NBA with reports revealing that his best earnings were in 2008-2009 where he was paid $14M by the Lakers.
Before the NBA, Odom played basketball at three high schools, Christ The King Regional High School, Redemption Christian Academy and St Thomas Aquinas High School. In 1997, he was named Parade Player of the Year, USA Today All-USC First Team and Parada All-American First Team. He then attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a scholarship that was later revoked due to ACT score scandal and an arrest for soliciting prostitution.
He then attended the University of Rhode Island playing one season and then going into the NBA draft. In 1999, Odon was selected by the LA Clippers as their fourth overall pick. He was also named 2000 NBA All-Rookie First Team. In 2003-2004 Odom was traded to the LA Lakers from the Miami Heat where he played from 2004-2011. He then played for the Dallas Mavericks from 2011-2012 and then again for the Clippers from 2012-2013. He played the 2013-2014 season with the New York Knicks.
According to reports, the basketball star bought an 8,557 square foot Miami mansion in Pinecrest, Florida, for under $3M in 2003. The year he was traded from the Heat, he ordered the home for rent worth $20,000 per month. In April 2017, the house was put on the market for first $5.2M, then $4.5M, and finally $4.1M. Then in October of 2017, he put the house back on the market for another cut down price of $3.8M, and cut it down again in January 2018 for $3.4M. He then re-listed it for $3.6M a month later. In 2014, Odom was married to Khloe Kardashian and the duo sold their 8,000 square foot Mullholland Park, Tarzana, California home for $5.499M. 'The Flight Attendant' and 'The Big Bang Theory' star Kaley Cuoco bought the home.
Parr and Odom's ugly split
Since 2020, Odom and now ex-fiancee Parr have been going through a very public split. Reportedly, Parr had taken to Instagram to post a screenshot on her story writing, "Tyler Perry said before you marry someone you need to see them in all 4 seasons. When happy, mad, stable, broke, been hurt etc. I felt that because we sometimes wonder why people change on us and its not really changes sometimes you just haven't seen people at their worst!" Parr then wrote a caption that said it was because of financial reasons that she and Odom were splitting up. "That broke stage will definitely show you who a person really is!!" which many took as a hint at some sort of financial trouble. Odom didn't stay quiet about the matter either.
After Parr went on IG Live with OnSite! and discussed her relationship with Odom, the former Los Angeles Lakers basketball player took to social media with a video post captioning it, "She bitter, I’m better. Toxic people and relationships ending is a GREAT thing. It’s almost like the trash taking itself out. Thank God for personal and professional growth. I love y’all for loving me. LO#Bitter #Better #FarFromBroke #Single #Happy #NewBeginning #SelfLove #SheTriedIt #EpicFail #ImLiving #SheStillGotMyPassport #BeLikeFrozen #LetItGo #MovingOn #Focused #Sober #Working."
In the video and in a response to Parr's interview on 'The Wendy Williams Show', Odom said, "So, it’s kinda crazy, I woke up this morning and I started getting all of these calls due to someone had gone on Wendy Williams and made incredible, hurtful, allegations. First, I would like to say that I’m grateful for life experiences and this experience has taught me a valuable lesson and that lesson is to clearly make sure that all individuals that I choose to have in my inner circle are loyal and honest." You can watch the video below. He added, "Me and this girl, we shared a moment in time and within that moment in time I found out that we should not be together."
In the most recent news though, on January 11, 2021, it was reported that Parr is "dating" again after Odom called her "Bitter". Reports revealed that Lamar had also accused Parr of "hacking" his social media and "taking control" of his accounts following their break up. Parr released a statement denying this, saying, “I find these accusations from Lamar & whoever he’s working with extremely disappointing. We are no longer together and haven’t been for a while." The message has now been deleted. You can see Odom's video post below claiming that his social media has been hacked.
The couple first broke up in November. The first time the couple was public about their relationship was back in August 2019. They got engaged just three months later. Now, on Sunday, January 10, Parr went through a Q&A session on her Instagram page and revealed how she's moving on. After a follower asked her if she would start dating again, she replied "I am currently dating." The Shaderoom has a screenshot of this post as seen below.
Parr and Odom will be featured in the first returning episode of OWN's 'Behind Every Man' on January 30, 2021, at 10 pm EST.