John Amos clarifies rumors, stating John Amos Says He Isn’t in the ICU and never fought for his life. Get the truth about his health and well-being.
John Amos Says He Isn’t in the ICU and Has Never Been Fighting for His Life
John Amos clarifies rumors, stating John Amos Says He Isn't in the ICU and never fought for his life. Get the truth about his health and well-being.
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John Amos is letting fans know that he's OK.
After news broke that his daughter Shannon Amos filed a complaint with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation alleging her father was being abused, a rep for the actor shared an exclusive statement with People that he is "doing well."
"I just wanted to let all of my followers know that I'm doing great. My life has never been in danger, nor am I in the intensive care unit, the statement claims. "First and foremost, I want the GoFundMe campaign about me to end right once and the donations to be returned to the donors. At the proper time, my son and I will provide further details.
After his daughter shared an emotional Instagram post on Friday in which she claimed to have received a "distressing call" from her 83-year-old father, worries about the Good Times actor's health first surfaced.
She stated, "On May 14th, I would receive a worrisome phone from my father, sharing that he was hospitalized in Memphis, Tennessee, in much agony. "Even though I was out of the country, I made arrangements for help to go to him. His life was on the line, according to the ICU.
The last two weeks have rocked our world, said Shannon. My father was a victim of financial exploitation and elder abuse. In an effort to prosecute the offenders, we are working with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations and regional authorities. To ensure their prosecution and save my father's future, legal aid is essential. His house needs to be a safe place for him to return because it is empty.
Shannon started a GoFundMe page after posting the article, requesting money for her father's "legal, medical, future housing, and care expenses".
To reach its $500,000 target, the campaign needed to raise more than $12,000, and as of this writing, it has received 307 donations.
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