Media Take Out just got some information onto the current condition of Jamie Foxx – and, while he’s no longer at risk of death, it doesn’t sound good for him.
We spoke with a person affiliated with the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – the rehab facility in Chicago where Jamie has been recovering for the past two months.
And according to our insider, Jamie Foxx has a huge security team outside of his room – preventing anyone from gaining access to the Oscar winning comedian, without prior approval.
The insider explained to Media Take Out, “[There’s] police presence from the moment you step in the facility … JF [Jamie Foxx’s] room is heavily guarded and it is like a fortress around his room. However, that floor and section is for people who have suffered severe neurological issues.”
As Media Take Out reported, Jamie Foxx has reportedly suffered from a “clot”, which appears to have restricted blood flow into his brain. Many are calling this medical emergency a “stroke,” but Media Take Out has not been able to confirm that diagnosis.
And we have more info. A different person who spoke to Media Take Out under the condition of anonymity told us that Jamie Foxx is physically well, and there is no immediate danger to his life.
But the insider claims that Jamie “is having difficulty talking.” Our tipster claims that Jamie is undergoing intensive therapy, and that his doctors are working their hardest to get the actor back to his old self.
Prayers up for Jamie Foxx.