Actress Tamala Jones Tells What Boss MADE Her Do After BRAIN ANEURYSM
Actress, Tamala Jones (41), best known for her roles on “The Wood,” “Booty Call,” Two Can Play That Game,” and in the recent comedy-drama series, “Castle,” revealed what happened when she suffered a life threatening brain aneurysm in her early 20’s and what her boss made her do at that time.
FORCED TO WORK THROUGH HER ANEURYSM, COULD HAVE DIED
Tamala Jones: "I called work and I told them, “Something’s wrong with me. I can’t come in. I have to go to the hospital.” They told me, “You need to come into work. This is the last day of shooting for this season, and we don’t have time to wait for you to go to the doctor’s office.’ ‘I went to the hospital after work and the doctor thought that it was a miracle that I was even alive, walking or talking, or that I even worked an entire day before I got to him."Tamala's aneurysm was the size of a 50 cent piece and had it been on the other side of her brain she would have been paralyzed forever. Tamala details her symptoms in the hopes of helping others:
"I had headaches for like three weeks. I took everything, and nothing helped—from sinus medicine to migraine medicine. I say that if you get it checked out right away when you have this headache and it’s continuously going and nothing works then you can save yourself. They can give you something to help you or they can remove it or whatever they need to do. But I felt like it was my duty as a survivor to speak about it."
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