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SCARY! Angelina Jolie Just Rushed To The Hospital – It’s Bad!

Angelina Jolie certainly has her hands full with going through a public divorce with six kids. The split has been especially difficult for Jolie since the court of public opinion has cast her as the villain over Brad, when there are typically two sides to every story. Truly the kids are the victims in this scenario and now things have just become more complicated just when they started to look better when Jolie had to rush one of her children to a California hospital.

The holidays are the perfect time to spend with your loved ones but sometimes they turn into nightmare situations. While on vacation in Lake Tahoe over the holidays, the unthinkable just happened and Angelina Jolie was rushed to the hospital. Once again proving that no amount of money or fame can keep you from these hellish situations.

According to Entertainment Tonight, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, suffered a broken collarbone on Dec. 29 while on a family vacation in Lake Tahoe, a source tells ET.

But, it appears Shiloh is on the mend. On Sunday, Shiloh was spotted in Los Feliz, California, with her left arm in a sling. She was accompanied by her brother, Knox, as the two stepped out for a casual day of shopping. ET has reached out to Jolie’s rep for comment.

Meanwhile, Jolie was all smiles at the HFPA and American Cinematheque’s Golden Globe Foreign Language Nominees Series Symposium at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday.

Jolie, who was celebrating her movie, First They Killed My Father, which is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at Sunday’s Golden Globes, was joined by Loung Ung, who also co-wrote the film, and producer Rithy Panh. The 42-year-old actress also participated in a panel to discuss her work on the project.

Luckily Shiloh’s injuries weren’t worse and they were able to treat it, but it’s safe to say that it put a big damper on the vacation and the holiday time. Kids also heal quickly so I’m sure she will be back on a snowboard again before she knows it.

 

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