Jenna Jameson insists she didn’t “get the shot” after she lost the ability to walk

Jenna Jameson reassures fans on Instagram that her recent health threats are not the result of a COVID vaccination.

Jenna Jameson insists she was not given an injection after she lost the ability to walk

Adult actress Jenna Jameson posted a video on Monday stating that doctors diagnosed her with an autoimmune disease. The former model is being treated at the hospital, but on Instagram explained that her health problems are not related to the coronavirus vaccine, insisting that this is not possible because she did not even receive it.

Jenna’s partner Jameson spoke about her health problems on Instagram.

Her boyfriend, Lior Bitton, recently shared some details about her struggles with health on Instagram. He said that she recently visited the hospital after a bout of illness, only to have a CT scan done and sent home. He said her health quickly deteriorated and she lost the ability to walk even with a walker.


She fell on the way back or to the bathroom“he said.” I had to pick her up and carry her to bed. And then within two days it didn’t feel so well. Her legs stopped holding her and she couldn’t walk. “

After announcing her boyfriend, Jameson posted a follow-up video yesterday informing fans that she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. The disorder is a “very rare” side effect of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, leading some fans to speculate that she may have gotten it from the vaccine.

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“Hi guys, first of all thanks for all the love and support through my private messages. I see each of you and appreciate it, ”she wrote in the caption to the video. “Doctors suspect Guillain-Barré syndrome and have started IVIG treatment. I am in the hospital and will most likely stay here until my treatment is complete. I hope to get out of here soon. “

Speaking from a hospital bed in Hawaii, Jameson reached out to her fans in a video posted to Instagram. She said that her diagnosis was so new that she didn’t even learn to pronounce the name of the disorder.

In the video, the former model is hooked up to what she says is her “second IV injection.” “Work to become better.” She completed the caption to the video, adding that her health problems cannot be caused by vaccinations.

“I did NOT get a jab or any jab. This is NOT a jab reaction. Thank you for your concern, ”she wrote.

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