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Comedian Kate Quigley “on the mend” from cocaine overdose


Comic Kate Quigley is only lucid for times at a time and faces a extensive road to restoration immediately after reportedly overdosing on cocaine laced with fentanyl at an LA residence occasion, in accordance to her mother.

“Thank you all people for your prayers and positivity. Kate is stable. She nevertheless isn’t lucid for additional than a second at a time. We are optimistic that she will get well (tho it won’t be quick),” her mom, Fran Wyles, wrote in a Facebook post Sunday.

The comedian was hurried to the healthcare facility on September 4, 2021, in critical condition.
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Kate Quigley (left) is lucid for very short periods of time due to taking fentanyl-laced cocaine at a house party in LA according to her mother.
Kate Quigley (remaining) is lucid for incredibly shorter durations of time owing to taking fentanyl-laced cocaine at a house social gathering in LA, according to her mother.
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The 39-calendar year-outdated stand-up’s state was however shaky soon after becoming hospitalized in significant ailment on Saturday, and to begin with she wasn’t capable to post her have wellness updates, her mom wrote.

Quigley tweeted that she was "on the mend" however she still faces a very long road to recovery.
Quigley tweeted that she was “on the mend,” but she however faces a pretty lengthy road to recovery.
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The funnywoman, who has appeared on “The Office” and “Star Trek: Hidden Frontier, tweeted Wednesday that she’s “on the mend” and “Working hard to get back to life!!!!”

A batch of fentanyl-laced cocaine was reportedly to blame for the deaths of fellow comedians Fuquan Johnson, a writer for “Comedy Parlour Live,” along with Ricky Angeli and Natalie Williamson at a bash in the Venice area of Los Angeles around the weekend. 

The painkiller may have performed a job in the demise of  Michael K. Williams, the beloved actor from “The Wire,” who was uncovered useless from an clear drug overdose Monday in New York Metropolis.

The synthetic opioid is up to 100 situations more powerful than heroin and is linked to the deaths of stars including Prince, Mac Miller and Tom Petty.

The LA Police Division is investigating.





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