Jai Fears is a dancer/model who experienced a panic attack during a photoshoot for a Halloween, gory Glam Gore photo set.
That is rather unfortunate timing. Glad to hear she’s all right. And give that makeup artist a raise — quality work.
A Michigan woman reportedly caused quite a stir in the emergency room on Monday night when she arrived to be treated for a panic attack while covered in grisly Halloween makeup. The makeup, she claims, was mistaken for an actual medical emergency and she began being prepped to enter trauma.
“[They said] ‘Let’s get her back to trauma now,’ and ‘She’s probably going into shock, she’s not making any sense,’” Jai Fears, a back-up dancer who had undergone three hours of make-up work to create her grisly look, told Fox 2 Detroit.
Fears said she landed in Beaumont Royal Oak Hospital after suffering a panic attack while getting ready to do a photoshoot for Glam Gore.
“It just shot up to my brain and it just caused like a really bad reaction,” she told Fox 2 Detroit.
Obviously, the makeup artist is taking bows for this. The model may have had a panic attack, however NOT describing the problem as people frantically ran around prepping her for trauma makes me believe she knew better and let it go for her amusement. The ER is the LAST place for these sorts of antics. People show up like this in reality, and the folks working there do everything in their power to help. They are unsung heroes in my book.
A spokesman for the hospital said, “The emergency room is not a place for fun and games. They see many patients with severe medical issues where lives are at stake. Doctors need to be able to focus on those patients with true emergencies.”
After the incident, Fears took to her Facebook page to clear up a few things. She posted, “Let me, please say anxiety is no joke or laughing matter. It was a serious situation that happened at a strange time.”
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