E! News reported that Jenelle Evans was hospitalized due to a lupus flare-up. People were shook at the news, and had a LOT of questions. Like seriously, reddit blew up with confused commenters.
Well, have no fear! We are here to set the record straight on what is going on with Jenelle’s health.
Keep reading to find out if she’s ok!
So the E! News headline from yesterday really has fans in a tizzy. It read, “Jenelle Evans Hospitalized for Lupus Flare-Up Amid Custody Battle.”
Ok…what? First off, no one even knew Jenelle Evans had an autoimmune disease, so everyone is wondering whether it is true or not.
Last year, Jenelle had an unexpected hospital visit. After months of recurrent sinus infections, Jenelle “was supposed to her sinuses drained, and now they’re doing more invasive procedure,” a source told the outlet.
Jenelle has also been accused to getting cosmetic surgery by the Teen Mom fan base, and even admitted to getting her breasts done. But this new hospital claim is of a completely different realm!
According to the Mayo Clinic, “lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems—including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs.”
Lupus is a serious disease, and it turns out E! News got the whole thing wrong!
Jenelle does not have lupus, and was not in the hospital. The article has since been updated, and the headline now reads “90 Day Fiancé’s Ashley Martson Hospitalized for Lupus Flare-Up.”
They posted a correction as well, saying “E! News previously incorrectly reported that Jenelle Evans has been hospitalized for a lupus flare-up instead of Ashley Martson. This story has been updated to reflect the correct information.”
Well, that’s not as much of a shock, since we already know Ashley has been struggling with lupus for some time now. According to one reddit user, Ashley and Jenelle are represented by the same people, which could have been the source of this mistake.