One of the star cast members of the beloved reality show, Little Women: Atlanta, has been released from the ICU after suffering a stroke.
Ms. Juicy was hospitalized last month and left fans scared after releasing no details about her stay in the ICU. But now we know what happened and how her recovery is going.
A Stroke That Led to a Brief ICU Stay
Last month, fans received news that beloved Little Women star Ms. Juicy was hospitalized in the ICU.
At the time, no information was released about the cause of her stay - but the reality star had been recently focusing on her health.
At the time of her hospitalization, TMZ reported, "... production sources tell TMZ, over the last 2 years, Ms. Juicy had been focusing on her health ... working out and eating healthy. The sources say as far as they know she had no serious health issues."
But now the mystery has been solved about what caused the star to be hospitalized and brought her to the ICU.
We now know that Ms. Juicy is recovering from a stroke she suffered last month.
TMZ reports that she has been released from the ICU, which is a step in the right direction. "Ms. Juicy's sister, Tanya Evans, is crowdsourcing for medical bills she says have been piling up since Juicy's stroke ... with a GoFundMe seeking $25,000.
Juicy's family says she is still hospitalized and her recovery will be a long road. They are unsure when she will be allowed to go home.
Ms. Juicy's reps add ... 'She wants to thank her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers.'"
Not the First Time Ms. Juicy Has Needed Medical Care
Although it's a different experience altogether, this isn't the first time Ms.Juicy has made headlines for needing medical attention.
Back in 2020, the star was involved in a fight that caused her to receive a slash on her face that needed some quick attention.
Per TMZ, "The brawl went down in February of last year at Nouveau Bar & Grille. The initial fight pitted Amanda and Andrea against Abira. Ms. Juicy initially tried to act as peacemaker, but that went to hell quickly.
Unclear what started this and, for that matter, most fights on the show. Someone spit on someone and that was pretty much all she wrote. Glasses started flying, conking Juicy on the noggin, and leaving a big gash and a bloody mess. She ended up taking a trip to the ER where she got a CAT scan and stitches."
Luckily, Ms.Juicy was in good shape after she was treated and was able to go home.
Hopefully her recovery from the stroke goes smoothly and the Little Women star can return to her family quickly.
Our best wishes go to Ms.Juicy and her family as they navigate a difficult recovery.