'Emily in Paris' star Ashley Park was in hospital for 'critical septic shock'

 January 20, 2024

Fans of the hit show "Emily in Paris" were shocked this week to learn that one of its stars was rushed to the hospital for a serious medical emergency. 

According to NBC News, a star of the show, Ashley Park, 32, revealed this week that she had been taken to the hospital for "septic shock," noting that several of her organs were affected as a result.

The TV star's condition was serious enough to land her in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The situation reportedly came after a bout of tonsilitis in December.

What happened?

Park revealed the frightening details of her hospital experience in a recent Instagram post, explaining that the situation "spiraled into critical septic shock."

"As I sit here processing and recovering from the first few weeks of 2024, the only word I can think of is grateful. While on holiday in December into New Years, what started as tonsillitis spiraled into critical septic shock, which infected and affected several of my organs. I am grateful that my health has improved despite what we had initially been told," Park wrote.

Park went on to praise her partner for sticking by her through the ordeal, which took place outside of America.

She added, "Grateful most of all to @peforman for being unconditionally by my side through all this. You calmed my fears and held me through ambulances, three foreign hospitals, a week in the ICU, scary ERs, countless scans and tests and injections, excruciating pain, and so much confusion all while we were alone on the other side of the world far from those we know. I love you Paul. More than I can ever say."


Park also took the time to shout-out the doctors, nurses and hospital staff that worked to save her.

"And I’m deeply grateful to every doctor and ICU nurse who worked tirelessly and especially the @JoaliBeing team for responding immediately and staying with me to provide language translations and vital support. Infinite thanks to my personal team of heroes at home who were on calls with insurance, Paul, my parents, and doctors at all hours (you know who you are)," she wrote.

Park added, "I hesitated to share what’s been happening as I’m still in the throes of recovery…but I now know I’m safely on the other side of the worst."

NBC News noted that septic shock "is a severe drop in blood pressure that raises the risk of death."

Luckily for Park, it appears that she's made it through the worst of it.

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