The last we heard of 90 Day Fiance star Ashley was in a live session with John Yates. He showered her with empathy and compassion for her wrecked life. It seems like things are not falling back in place for Ashley. After a long struggle with physical and mental illness, Ashley decided to check into a mental wellness center for depression. The ending of her marriage with her husband cheating on her twice took a toll on her entire life. She has been heartbroken for quite some time, and problems are not leaving her side. Amid all the drama with Jay, she has been hospitalized again for a Lupus flare-up.
90 Day Fiance: Ashley’s Recent Hospitalization
An insider close to Ashley revealed that the doctors diagnosed her with pyelonephritis. It’s a form of UTI which can lead to kidney failure. Even though her recent hospitalization was all of a sudden, things are under control. The doctors are giving her IV antibiotics, and they will keep her under observation for about 24 hours. They will keep her in the hospital for a day unless she starts feeling better. Once she gives the green signal, Ashley will be free to go home. Once she is home, Ashley can relax on her own.
90 Day Fiance: Ashley And Jay Drama Gets Fiercer Than Ever
Ashley has been a little loose lately. She threw a fire extinguisher at Jay’s window. He tells that it hit a friend and then someone called the cops. They charged Ashley and things have been getting ugly from there. She admitted to throwing a fire extinguisher but denied breaking in. Ashley claims that since they are legally married, it’s her house too. And if she had a break a window to get her belongings, it’s not wrong according to her.
When she knocked at the door, Jay didn’t let her in. She blames him for setting a trap to provoke her. Jay went to his immigration lawyer the other day, and he told him that only a physical or mental abuse from Ashley’s end could allow him to stay in the country. Ashley has had lupus flare-ups earlier. However, during that time, she had Jay by her side. She underwent surgery last year that helped her live a healthy life for some time.
It is safe to assume that it might be a little overwhelming for Ashley to be alone in such a hard time. She has faced a lot of challenging circumstances and still continues to do so. We sincerely hope that the rest of her family steps up to help her in such a crucial stage of her life.