Lamar Odom - the basketball star and husband of Khloe Kardashian - has been charged with one count of DUI [Driving Under the Influence] following his arrest last month.
Lamar Odom has been charged with DUI [Driving Under the Influence].
The husband of reality TV star Khloe Kardashian was arrested last month after he was stopped by the California Highway Patrol on August 30.
According to TMZ, the basketball player - who failed several field sobriety tests before being taken the jail - has now been charged with one count of DUI.
The gossip site also notes Lamar, 33, could have his driving license suspended for a year after he refused to submit to a blood alcohol test following his arrest.
He will reportedly be arraigned on September 27 and - as a first-time offender - could face probation.
At the time of his arrest, a report compiled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department claimed Lamar showed ''objective signs of intoxication and was unable to perform sobriety tests as explained and demonstrated''.
The charge comes after the star was recently sued for allegedly assaulting photographer Stefan Saad.
According to court documents previously obtained by TMZ, the lawsuit says: ''The Kardashian clan has apparently come to believe that it is above the law, and has some exceptional privilege to disregard the rights of others.
''The Kardashian clan are not only wealthy and attractive -- but also deeply flawed.''
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