Dennis Hof Dead, Owned Bunny Ranch Where Lamar Odom OD'd

Dennis Hof

Bunny Ranch Owner Dead at 72

10/16/2018 11:57 AM PDT

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Dennis Hof — the owner of the famous Bunny Ranch where Lamar Odom overdosed — has passed away at the age of 72.

Law enforcement sources tell us they got a 911 call from Hof’s Love Ranch in Carson City, Nevada around 11 AM. We’re told the call was for an unresponsive male. Detectives are currently on scene … no foul play is suspected. 

Hof shot to superstardom as the star of the Showtime series “Cathouse” — which followed him as he ran his famous brothels in Nevada. 

Hof bragged about being a pimp — and came up with his own catch phrase, “There’s no business like ho business.”

The most infamous incident under Hof’s watch went down in October 2015 when Lamar Odom overdosed after a bender at Hof’s Love Ranch South. Blood tests later revealed Lamar had cocaine in his system. Odom was placed in a coma for 3 days after the incident.

In a recent interview, Lamar revealed he suffered 12 strokes and 6 heart attacks while hospitalized for the incident. 

Hof was a master when it came to publicity — he famously hired Tiger Woods’ mistress Devon James to work at the Bunny Ranch back in 2010. He fired her and at the time said, “I wish nothing but the worst for her.”

He was also extremely close with sex legends Heidi Fleiss and Ron Jeremy.