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The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating actress Anne Heche for driving under the influence of alcohol after she crashed into a garage and a house on Friday.

Heche, 53, is in stable condition in an intensive care unit with severe 2nd- and 3rd-degree burns as well as smoke inhalation and internal injuries.

Police believe Heche was either intoxicated or on drugs when her Mini Cooper slammed into a garage. When residents of an apartment complex rushed out to help her, she drove off at a high rate of speed.

Moments later, Heche crashed into a house setting off a fiery explosion that destroyed the house.

A crane was used to remove Heche's car from the rubble so first responders could get to her.

The female homeowner of the now demolished house was in the backyard and escaped without injury. Neighbors launched a GoFundMe for the woman that raised over $62,000.

LAPD sources tell TMZ, authorities got a warrant for a sample of Heche's blood. The results have not been revealed, but police believe she was intoxicated at the time of Friday's crash.

The LAPD will refer the case to the L.A. City Attorney for possible hit-and-run charges and criminal damage to property.

A photo obtained by TMZ just before the crash appeared to show a bottle of whiskey or vodka in a cup holder in Heche's car.

TMZ also obtained Ring doorbell video of Heche's car speeding down a residential street before slamming into the house.

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As TMZ reported, Ellen DeGeneres's ex-lover was on a podcast earlier in the week where she was drinking vodka and wine and appeared intoxicated.

Heche has a history of mental problems. On August 19, 2000, Heche parked her car by the side of a road outside Fresno. She stripped down to a bra and panties and walked 1 1/2 miles to a stranger's home, where she knocked on the front door.

The female homeowner recognized her from her movies and let her in. Heche took a shower in the stranger's home and made herself comfortable. When she wouldn't leave, the woman called the local sheriff's office.

Heche reportedly told sheriff's deputies that she was "God, and was going to take everyone back to heaven in a spaceship." The deputies summoned an ambulance, and she was whisked to Fresno's University Medical Center, where she was admitted to the psychiatric unit. However, she was released after only a few hours.

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Lil Duval shared a video of his rehabilitation session in a Miami hospital after he was hit by a car while riding an ATV in the Bahamas last month.

The standup comedian was airlifted to a hospital in Nassau, Bahamas before being flown to Jackson Trauma Center in Miami.

Duval, 45, suffered multiple fractures, including a broken thigh bone, a broken hip and arm, as well as two dislocated shoulders.

In the video, Lil Duval grimaces in pain as he struggles to complete 10 revolutions on a pedal exerciser.

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He captioned the video: "Ask anybody that ever had a broke hip and femur could they do this in a week. and i did this with no PAIN MEDICINE! I'm bout to show y’all how God really work #walkingtestimony."

In addition to being a standup comedian, Lil Duval is an actor, rapper and singer.

He is best known for his 2018 rap single "Living My Best Life" featuring Snoop Dogg and Ball Greezy.
 

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Aspiring rapper Quando Rondo, 23, is in a hospital fighting for his life, according to a post on his Instagram page.

Sources tell Sandrarose.com that Rondo is in acute kidney failure after drinking lean, a concoction of prescription codeine and hard candy mixed in a soft drink.

Someone updated Rondo's IG page with the message: "pray for me, in da hospital fightin for my life [sic]." The post ended with the hashtag #fuclean.

Quando has over 3.7 million followers on Instagram.

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Rondo was in a different kind of fight with Chicago drill rapper King Von in 2020 when Von was fatally shot by Rondo's brother Timothy Leeks, a.k.a. Lul Timm, outside a hookah lounge in Atlanta.

Leeks is out on bond awaiting trial.

Rondo has been a wanted man ever since Von's death. Rumor has it that there's a million dollar price tag on Leeks' and Rondo's heads.

Both Rondo's and Leeks' rap careers were derailed after the shooting. Rondo travels with a huge entourage to protect him from aspiring rappers and shooters trying to make a name for themselves by ending his life.

Rapper Lil Keed died from multiple organ failure after drinking lean in May. He was only 24.

Stay tuned for more on this developing story.

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Comedian Lil Duval suffered multiple injuries, including fractured ribs and a broken leg after he was hit by a car while riding an ATV in the Bahamas.

Duval, 45, grimaced in pain as medics lifted his gurney into an ambulance. His face, torso and extremities were bandaged.

The incident happened Tuesday night, according to Duval who shared the news with his fans on Instagram.

The Atlanta-based comic posted a video of himself strapped to a gurney while laying on his bloody shirt.

"Somebody hit me in they car while I was on my 4 wheeler," he captioned the video. "Now my leg broke and I gotta get flown over to nassau and have surgery."

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Sources say Duval's injuries are worse than he's letting on.

Duval's celebrity friends sent him prayers and get well wishes on Instagram.

Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris didn't hesitate to poke fun at his pal: "Maaaaaan I'm gon pray that you get well first. Then find it in yo heart to sitcho old ass down somewhere & rest big bro... Amen."

In addition to being a standup comedian, Lil Duval is an actor, rapper and singer.

He is best known for his 2018 rap single "Living My Best Life" featuring Snoop Dogg and Ball Greezy.
 

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Pastor John Gray is showing signs of improvement after suffering blood clots in his lungs.

In an Instagram post, the pastor's wife, Aventer Gray, said he was diagnosed with a saddle pulmonary embolism, a rare condition named for the position of blood clots in the large artery that feeds deoxygenated blood from the heart to both lungs.

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Aventer, who shares 2 minor children with Gray, went on to explain he "was feeling a little different" over the past few weeks. He went to the emergency room "and was immediately admitted to CCU with a saddle Pulmonary Embolism in the pulmonary artery and more lung blood clots."
 
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On Monday, Aventer updated her Instagram followers on her husband's condition. She said he was stable enough to be transferred to a hospital in Atlanta.

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Pastor John Gray is in a critical care unit (CCU) after being diagnosed with rare blood clots in his lungs called saddle pulmonary embolism (PE).

The pastor's wife, Aventer Gray, took to Instagram to advise her followers of her husband's grave medical condition.

She shared several photos in a post on her @iamaventergray Instagram page on Sunday, July 10.

She captioned the post: "Hello family. My family and I stand in need of a miracle. Please keep my husband @realjohngray in your prayers..."

Aventer, who shares 2 minor children with Gray, went on to explain he "was feeling a little different" over the past few weeks. He went to the emergency room on Thursday "and was immediately admitted to CCU with a saddle Pulmonary Embolism in the pulmonary artery and more lung blood clots."

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Aventer continued:

"The Saddle PE is in a position that could potentially end his life if it shifts at all. The clot burden is severe and only God is holding it in place. He is currently in CCU and based on CT & Echo we will need two types of surgery due to the pressure now on the heart within the next 24 hours. To place this in perspective, the doctor said that people have come into the hospital dead with this exact scenario he walked in with.

"The Doctor said God has to keep him through the night and he can not move, not even get up to walk to a bathroom.

"Ok, COOL! Thanks ma'am! God isn't done! I don't care what CT, ECHO, All or any of the tests show! It's clear God isn't finished. Clots have to bow to my God! That's all! I need as many people who believe in the miracle healing power Of Jesus Christ to join me and my family and our church as we cry out on behalf of John W. Gray III.

"I'm rocking with God, Relentlessly!"


 

What is a saddle pulmonary embolism?

A pulmonary embolism is a blood clot that causes a blockage in the main pulmonary artery in the lungs.

A saddle pulmonary embolism is so named because of its position in the main pulmonary artery trunk between the lungs.

A saddle PE is a large blood clot that lodges where the main pulmonary artery trunk branches off to carry deoxygenated blood from the right side of the heart into each lung to be oxygenated.

Any PE is dangerous because clots block blood flow in one or both lungs. A large saddle PE blood clot can break off and cause multiple blockages in both lungs leading to right-sided heart failure and death.

What causes saddle PE?

The blood clot (thrombus) typically breaks off in the veins of the arms or legs (DVT) and travels to the pulmonary arteries in the lungs where it becomes lodged and blocks the flow of blood around it.

What are the signs and symptoms of saddle pulmonary embolism?

Some patients diagnosed with saddle PE don't show signs or symptoms. Signs symptoms of a saddle PE are the same as any other PE:

  • chest pain
  • shortness of breath
  • cough
  • coughing up blood-tinged sputum
  • difficulty breathing
  • rapid heart rate
  • irregular heartbeat
  • low blood pressure
  • fatigue, tiredness
  • lightheadness or dizziness
  • fever
  • cold, clammy skin
  • blue skin (cyanosis)
  • leg pain or swelling (if DVT)
  • fainting

How is saddle PE treated?

Saddle PE is treated the same way that other pulmonary embolisms are treated with blood thinners such as heparin, warfarin, and/or clot-dissolving medication. Sometimes surgery is necessary to remove large blood clots or to place a filter to trap clots.

A PE is a life-threatening condition that requires emergency medical treatment to restore blood flow to the heart/lungs before irreversible damage or death can occur.

If you believe you have a pulmonary embolism, seek emergency treatment or call 911 immediately.

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"Little Women" star Ms. Juicy Baby is out of the intensive care unit after reportedly suffering a stroke.

The reality TV star's reps tell TMZ she is on the road to recovery after being moved out of ICU.

Her team says she suffered a stroke, and she "wants everyone to know she is fighting and ready to go home."

Ms. Juicy's sister, Tanya Evans, created a GoFUndMe on Monday to raise money for her medical bills.

Evans writes:

"Although we don't have a definitive date of when she will be out of the hospital and be able to get back to work, we do need your help until she recovers. Whatever you can give, we would deeply appreciate it."

Ms. Juicy's reps added, "She wants to thank her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers."

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. She is 50.

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Aspiring rapper Apple Watts is fighting for her life in a California hospital after her car collided with a diesel truck and she was ejected through a window.

The former stripper, who was born Jontelle Watts, was driving from Los Angeles to Las Vegas on Wednesday, March 23, when her Mercedes collided with a truck near Interstate 15 in Baker, California.

The black Mercedes flipped several times and burst into flames, according to TMZ. Watts, 36, was ejected through a window and suffered "life-threatening" injuries.

She was airlifted to a hospital where she is in a surgical intensive care unit with a broken spine and fractured skull, among other internal injuries.

The mom-of-three is best known as a cast member in the 5th and 6th seasons of Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood.

She is also an aspiring rapper and former stripper who appeared in music videos for Chris Brown, Future Hendrix, Ty Dolla $ign, and YG.

In Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood, Watts opened up about her rough childhood and growing up in the foster care system in South Central Los Angeles. She never knew her father.

Watts started stripping at age 21. She complained that strip clubs in Hollywood were very biased towards Black strippers and they preferred to hire white or Mexican dancers.

Despite her many setbacks, Watts succeeded in a racist system that is set up for her to fail.

The reality star is a mother of two sons, Richard and Kali, and a daughter, Miyaki. She was involved in a romantic relationship with pro basketball player Ty Turtle.

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Watts allegedly conceived daughter Miyaki using donor sperm. She was reportedly in a relationship with a woman at the time.

A woman who claimed to be Watt's cousin on Facebook, wrote:

"I'm very saddened by the news of my cousin. You know family is the first real friends you have in life... Cousin I'm praying for you!! I'm praying God keeps your sons covered."

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Legendary DJ Kay Slay is reportedly in a New York hospital on life support after battling COVID for 2 weeks.

Covid-19 is a novel coronavirus that causes flu-like symptoms. People most affected by COVID include the elderly, the immunocompromised, morbidly obese, smokers, and people with pre-existing conditions.

Music manager Wack 100 first announced the news on Tuesday. He wrote on Instagram:

"Pray for my brotha @djkayslay it's not looking good. He might be mad at me for this those that know Slay but he needs all the support he can get... Been 14 days fighting Ovid and he's just be put on a ventilator. Keep him in your prayers please [sic]."

Hot 97 radio station tweeted:

"Legendary #HOT97 @djkayslay's family sends their appreciation for the outpouring of prayers, love and support as he works through a current health issue.

They ask everyone to please respect his privacy during this time, and continue to send your positive energy and prayers."

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DJ Kay Slay, real name Keith Grayson, is a popular mixtape DJ, graffiti artist, and record executive who released 4 studio albums, including The Streetsweeper, Vol. 1 and The Champions: North Meets South (with Atlanta's own Greg Street).

Grayson first came to prominence after he was featured in the 1983 hip-hop documentary, Style Wars as a prominent graffiti artist.

"I didn't so much set out to be a DJ," he said at the time. "It was just something to do that was fun and that I enjoyed doing."

When the graffiti movement faded in the late 1980s, Grayson began dealing drugs and landed in jail in the late 1980s.

He was released from jail in 1990, and went on to sell hip-hop mixtapes to make ends meet.

Grayson's mixtapes were wildly popular and gained a large following. His studio became the destination for many rappers and artists including 50 Cent, Eminem, Foxy Brown, Kid Capri, and more.

LL Cool J was among the celebrities paying tribute to Grayson on social media.

LL wrote: "Send strength @djkayslay. Love u bro."

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Teyana Taylor's body gave out after she worked herself to exhaustion to pay the household bills while her husband Iman Shumpert competed in a dance competition.

The 30-year-old mom-of-two shared an Instagram photo from her hospital bed after she collapsed during a concert on Saturday. She flashed a peace sign while covered in blankets on a gurney.

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The "We Got Love" singer captioned the image:

"Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for all the warm love, sweet videos & prayers from my CT rose petals... I love y'all! Thank you for being so understanding. Y'all know Petunia don’t miss no shows & most importantly, know I've been leaving it all on tha stage for a month straight 1000%. So I am really saddened to have not been able to do the same for you last night."

She added:

"My team & I tried everything down to the very last second to get me out on that stage, but my body simply just gave out, which actually started a few days ago. SHUT DOWN, my body actually low key betrayed me cause ah bitch was tryna get on that stage. Y'all know I'm with the shits! y'all have seen me with a broken foot and all types of other crazy shit but still got on that stage and bodied it..."

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The NBA free agent is hoping a team will sign him after he took off months to practice and compete in season 30 of DWTS. He hasn't played in the NBA since February when the Brooklyn Nets signed him to a 10-day contract.

"Trying to see what we can get done. I love basketball. I never stopped playing," Shumpert, 31, told TMZ. "They call me a 'former', 'ex', but I told them the league just didn't pay me this year. It's not an 'ex' thing. Me and the league didn't break up."

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Iman said he isn't waiting by the phone for a team to call. He's doing other things to pay the rent because he has two mouths to feed at home.

"I'll be doing other opportunities until that happens," he said. "I play basketball because I love it, not to wait on a job at the same time."

Iman won an NBA championship ring with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016.
 

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Katey Sagal was hospitalized after she was struck by a car in Los Angeles on Thursday, TMZ reports.

The 67-year-old Married... with Children and Conners star was reportedly crossing a street when she was hit by a Tesla that made a left turn while she was in the cross walk.

Despite hit-and-run reports, the driver did stop to help the Sons of Anarchy actress.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the accident happened at 11:40 AM.

Cops issued no citations and no arrests were made. There were also no drugs or alcohol involved. The incident remains under investigation.

Sagal was transported by ambulance to a hospital, where she is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

She is expected to be released from the hospital soon.

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Sagal is best known as the sassy housewife, Peggy Bundy in Fox TV's Married... with Children, which ran from April 5, 1987, to June 9, 1997.

She is pictured in a cast photo with co-stars Christina Applegate, David Faustino, and Ed O'Nell, in October 1988.

Sagal was nominated for four Golden Globes from 1991 to 1994 for Married... With Children. She won a Golden Globe in 2011 for Sons of Anarchy.

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Former President Bill Clinton is recovering from sepsis in a California hospital, according to reports.

Clinton, 75, was admitted to University of California Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday evening, Clinton spokesman Angel Urena said on Twitter.

Clinton went to the hospital after feeling fatigued (weak and tired). He was diagnosed with sepsis, a serious infection of the bloodstream

Urena said Clinton, who is fully vaccinated, was not diagnosed with Covid-19 and his infection is not heart related.

"He is on the mend, in good spirits and is incredibly thankful to the doctors, nurses, and staff providing him with excellent care," Urena said in a statement.

In a separate statement, Clinton's doctors said his white blood count is decreasing as his infection responds to intravenous antibiotics and IV fluids.

"The California-based medical team has been in constant communication with the President's New York-based medical team, including his cardiologist. We hope to have him go home soon."

Sepsis is a life-threatening infection of the blood that occurs when the immune system is weak, or in people with chronic infections such as pneumonia, kidney or urinary tract infections.

Bacteria can also get into the bloodstream after dental procedures (tooth extraction or dental implants).

Sepsis is not contagious. It can cause multiple organ failure and death if left untreated.

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Clinton, far left, looked pale and weak at the annual 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum on September 11, 2021 in New York City.

Also pictured are (L-R) former First Lady Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama, former First Lady Michelle Obama, President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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Clinton has a history of cardiac and respiratory illnesses.

In 2004, Clinton underwent quadruple bypass surgery, and in 2005, he underwent surgery for a partially collapsed lung.

In 2010, Clinton complained of chest pains and was admitted to a New York hospital where doctors inserted two coronary stents in his heart.

It isn't clear when Clinton received the mRNA vaccines, or if he received a third booster shot.

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Ray J is reportedly battling pneumonia in a Miami, Florida hospital. It isn't clear if Ray J is vaccinated against Covid-19.

The 40-year-old singer/actor announced his diagnosis in a statement to a social media blog on Tuesday.

"I been in here all by myself for a week," he told Hollywood Unlocked. "No family members came to see me, not even my wife."

Ray J said he can't have visitors due to the hospital's Covid-19 precautions.

"God is good. Family with me — just can't be n here too much sickness. I can't have visitors because they isolated they room — been on my [phone] with my family everyday all day."

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Last week, Ray J announced he is separated from his wife, Princess Love, again.

He scrubbed photos of his estranged wife from his Instagram page, and he captioned one post: "Separated and single."

Princess, 37, is best known for her recurring role on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. Ray J and Princess share a daughter Melody Love Norwood, 3, and a 22-month-old son.

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Ray J is best known for dating reality star Kim Kardashian from 2003 until 2006. They went viral when their sex tape was leaked to the public.

Ray J's sister is R&B singer and actress Brandy Norwood.

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After days of rumors about her health, gospel singer Kelly Price has finally come forward to clear the air.

Kelly, who was hospitalized with Covid-19 in August, explained to TMZ that she had been at home battling Covid-19 with the help of her doctor and her secret husband, Darrell Crump.

Kelly's doctor advised her to go to the emergency room when her fever spiked and she experienced shortness of breath at home.

Fighting back tears, Kelly told TMZ she "flatlined" in the emergency room and remembers waking up to her doctor asking her what year it was to test her memory.

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She was released home when her vital signs stabilized and the hospital needed the bed.

Kelly claims she infected her husband with Covid-19 but he is now recovered with no long haul symptoms.

Kelly's sister sparked speculation when she called into a YouTuber's show to say the singer was still missing and she had not heard from her in months.

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However, the "Friend of Mine" singer explained she is estranged from her sister, and she wouldn't allow visitors to her home because she and her husband were sick with Covid-19.

Kelly also accused her sister of manipulating her two adult children. She said she hasn't seen her sister since their mother's funeral years ago.

Kelly claims she was forced to leave her home recently because "fans" have been dropping by her home to check on her all hours of the day and night.

Kelly thanked her fans for their well wishes in an Instagram post on Monday.

Rumors swirled over the weekend that Kelly, 48, was in an acute care facility on a ventilator after Covid-19 destroyed her lungs.

Kelly's Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, said Friday that her client was "safe" and recovering from Covid at an undisclosed location.

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Gospel singer Kelly Price was reported missing by her family after she was discharged from a Cobb County, Georgia hospital following a battle with Covid-19.

Shortly after the news broke that Kelly was missing on Friday, her Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, confirmed she is safe and recovering from Covid in an "undisclosed location."

However, Kelly's sister insists she hasn't seen or heard from Kelly in months.

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Kelly, 48, was admitted to a hospital suffering from Covid-19 symptoms in early August. On July 29, the singer posted a video on Instagram, explaining that she is "quarantined" and "feeling really drained."

"Splitting headache but I'm not in the hospital," she wrote in the caption. "I'm grateful and expecting to have a quick recovery."

It is unclear if Kelly was fully vaccinated.

Her family said she was admitted to the hospital a week later and transferred to the ICU when her condition worsened.

Kelly's sister called into the Larry Reid Live YouTube livestream on Friday to say her sister is still missing.

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In the comments section of the livestream, an alleged employee of a longterm care facility commented that Kelly was admitted to the facility for longterm care because she is ventilator-dependent.

The employee claimed Kelly couldn't speak and that she didn't want her family to see her in that condition.

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Meanwhile, the family is upset that Kelly's live-in boyfriend is allegedly cohabiting with his side piece in Kelly's home. Kelly and her boyfriend, who is more than a decade younger than her, are pictured during happier times.

Cobb County police conducted a welfare check at Kelly's home, but her boyfriend was allegedly uncooperative.

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Kelly, pictured with singer Faith Evans in 2014, is best known for her single "Friend of Mine", for which she won a Soul Train Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist trophy.

Kelly has two adult children. In 2020 Kelly lost her mother, Claudia, to inflammatory breast cancer, and her grandparents to Covid-19.