Jennifer Richardson, the alleged mistress of former Los Angeles Lakers player Lamar Odom, has passed a lie detector test.
Richardson took the lie detector on The Test Monday.
Richardson said she came forward about her affair with Odom because she wanted people to see that she is “just a regular girl — that this really did happen.” She said she’s been getting a lot of hate messages asking her why she lied about the affair.
She added, “I was a girl in love. It’s not like I set out to destroy anybody’s house or marriage or life.”
When asked if she ever had sexual intercourse with Lamar Odom, Richardson said yes. It was the truth. Richardson passed all four questions, including “did Lamar Odom tell you he loved you” and “did he talk about having a baby with you?”
When ___ insisted that she is a home-wrecker, despite her intention, Richardson said, “The home was in trouble because of him. It’s not just me, there’s two of us in this. I’m not the home-wrecker.”
Richardson came forward with the affair last month, telling InTouch that she was followed by private detective and intimidated by Odom’s wife, Khloe Kardashian. Richardson surfaced just as another woman claiming to be Odom’s mistress, Polina Polonsky, passed a lie detector test.
“I was under the impression that he had left Khloe … he acted completely available and we definitely had a mutual attraction… After we had sex, Lamar stayed the night with me; the next day we went back to the Roosevelt,” Polonksy said. “I stayed there with him for the next couple of nights. It’s really, really sad, because she loves him so much.”
At the time, Kardashian posted a statement on her blog denying the affair rumors.
“It is a complete waste of time to address these reports every time they print these ridiculous and absurd tabloid stories, but not only are these stories untrue, they’re also unfair to the people who buy the magazines expecting to read accurate reports.”
Jennifer Richardson said she never should have had an affair with Lamar Odom.
“Yes, I was wrong,” she said. “Yes, I have to face my sins like everybody else.”