The owner of the brothel where Lamar Odom overdosed wants to settle the former NBA star’s nearly $80,000 tab — and he’s willing to go after Odom’s wife, Khloé Kardashian, to do it.

Dennis Hof, owner of the Love Ranch in Parhump, Nev., says that Odom racked up a bill of $79,000, and since Kardashian is still legally married to him, she is obligated to pay if the credit card Odom used is declined.

“If I don’t get paid for the entire bill, I’ll sue Khloé. I know she has the money,” Hof told the Mail’s Web site.

Meanwhile, prostitutes told cops that Odom, 35, appeared to be snorting cocaine and downing mystery pills at the bordello before he slipped into unconsciousness, a detective wrote in an affidavit.

The detective who signed the affidavit for a search warrant used to take blood from Odom said the hookers “indicated that they heard him snorting,” according to TMZ Sports, which obtained the document.

Cops also interviewed Odom’s personal assistant, who said he witnessed Odom under the influence of drugs, the site reported.

Investigators also said witnesses saw Odom ingesting an “unknown substance in the form of an unidentified pill, which he obtained from his pocket in a plastic bag that was unmarked.”

Test results from the blood samples are pending, and authorities have not ruled out the possibility of taking legal action against the brothel or Odom.

Meanwhile, the site also reported that Kardashian decided to call off her divorce with Odom after he vowed to never do drugs again and thanked her for coming to his side after his booze, drug and hooker binge.

“I am done with drugs,” he told Kardashian over the weekend, according to TMZ.

Also on Thursday, the former LA Laker had surgery for the effects of pneumonia, according to People.

“Lamar is in a very fragile state,” a source told the magazine. “The infection, that is being aggressively treated with strong intravenous antibiotics, is unfortunately not getting better. There are many concerns about his health.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.