"Little Women" star Ms. Juicy Baby was released from a hospital after suffering a stroke last month.
The 50-year-old reality star was rushed to the hospital after experiencing stroke symptoms on April 28th, her family confirmed on Instagram.
Ms. Juicy returned to Instagram on Saturday, May 28, to thank her fans for their prayers and support.
In a video, Ms. Juicy said she is getting stronger every day, but she can't drive and she can't brush her teeth.
"Hey guys, it's Ms. Juicy. I just wanted to let you guys know that I am back. I'm not at 100 percent, but I am still healing," she said.
"But this is a video to let all my fans, all my supporters, to let you guys know that I have been released from the hospital. I am at home. As some of you already know, on April the 28th, I suffered a stroke. And the type of stroke I had was it entailed a brain bleed."
She then explained her symptoms of bleeding on the brain, including memory loss and weakness that interferes with her normal activities of daily living such as drinking water, driving, and brushing her teeth.
Juicy said she was in rehab after leaving the hospital.
Ms. Juicy Baby, born Shirlene King Pearson, began her career as a radio personality on "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show" in Atlanta, Ga.
She is best known as a cast member on Lifetime's reality TV series "Little Women".
Ms. Juicy was born with Pituitary Dwarfism on Jan. 5, 1972.
A GoFundMe page created to raise funds for her medical bills has raised over $17,000.