Legendary “Good Occasions” actor John Amos is reportedly hospitalized within the intensive care unit. However he denies his daughter’s declare that he’s in vital situation after turning into a sufferer of elder abuse.
His daughter Shannon Amos claimed he’s falling sufferer to elder abuse and monetary exploitation, based on a GoFundMe she arrange on his behalf.
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John Amos Denies Daughter’s Claims That He’s A Sufferer Of Elder Abuse, Confirms Hospitalization
Nonetheless, Amos himself tells TMZ that nobody is abusing him, and he isn’t presently preventing for his life. The TV star reportedly doesn’t know why his daughter created the GoFundMe.
Amos’ consultant Belinda Foster tells the outlet that he’s been hospitalized attributable to fluid filling up in his decrease physique and into his stomach. The well being scare was inflicting issues together with his coronary heart, TMZ studies, however he’s reportedly not in life-threatening hazard.
The truth is, medical doctors have since drained the entire fluid, and Foster says Amos is nearly again to one hundred pc health-wise.
Preliminary studies from Amos’ daughter indicated the “Coming to America” actor was preventing for his life after struggling elder abuse. Shannon additionally mentioned her father was a sufferer of economic exploitation.
Daughter Created GoFundMe With $500K Objective Purportedly For Father’s Authorized, Well being Bills
Final month, Shannon says she acquired a distressing name from her dad. The 83-year-old allegedly advised her he was in a Memphis hospital.
Shannon didn’t present many specifics or reveal who she believes is abusing him. Nonetheless, she did describe the perpetrator as one in every of Amos’ caregivers, based on the GoFundMe.
She created the fundraiser purportedly to assist her father with authorized bills, care, and aftercare as they give the impression of being to convey these reportedly accountable to justice.