Trigger Warning: The following content includes mentions of instances that are considered to be triggering for victims of domestic violence, whether they be emotional or physical. 

Lamar Odom is on a confession spree now that his Darkness to Light memoir is in stores. The memoir covers a lot of ground, including his history with drug abuse. The portion of his book that has the public reeling the most is what he admits went on during his almost seven-year marriage to reality star and Good American designer Khloé Kardashian

Odom and Kardashian married in September 2009.

They officially divorced in 2016 due to multiple issues, including Odom's drug addiction and his admitted infidelities. In Odom's memoir, he admitted to cheating on Kardashian with over 2,000 women and also revealed that he regrets his philandering. But that isn't what has people dropping their jaws.

Odom also admitted to threatening to kill Kardashian which has the internet truly gasping.

In his memoir, he admits to threatening to kill Kardashian, who tried to call for help because he was hallucinating.

“Khloé came down and knocked on the door. I opened it suddenly and grabbed her forcefully by the shoulders, which frightened her," his memoir reads according to Us Weekly. " 'What the f–k are you doing?’ I screamed, out of my mind. ‘You trying to embarrass me in front of my friends? I’ll f–king kill you! You don’t know what I’m capable of!’”

So yeah, that's terrible and triggering and just really, really sad.

He also reflected on what he feels about that moment.

“I was embarrassed and ashamed,” he wrote. “It was a new low for our relationship and my life … the most regrettable moment in a series of regrettable moments.”

This revelation provides deeper insight into exactly what Kardashian was going through as she tried to support Odom through his addiction. Abusive relationships are more than just difficult. They're terrifying and can cause psychological trauma even after the relationships are over. 

Kardashian has moved on and is now the mother to a beautiful baby girl named True Thompson. 

Let's hope Kardashian is doing OK as the stories about her personal trauma make their way from Odom's memoir to press headlines. 

Note: If you or any of your loved ones are experiencing domestic abuse, you can always reach out to the National Domestic Violence Hotline by calling 1-800-799-7233. They are available 24/7 by phone or online chat.