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AUDIO: Hear The 911 Call After Judge Judy Falls Ill

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May 28 2018, Updated 10:14 a.m. ET

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We've got the 911 call placed after TV's Judge Judy Sheindlin fell ill during a taping of her popular show last month.

The 8-minute call to 911 was made by an unidentified worker on the judge’s show who, at first, appeared confused.

“We need an ambulance here,” the caller says. “She’s on stage right now but we need paramedics... We don’t want to upset her... The manager is asking that you leave your gurneys outside... She’s awake and breathing just doesn’t seem like herself... She looks like she’s gonna pass out.”

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The 911 operator asked that the famous judge be asked to lie down on her side, which the caller can be heard doing.

As RadarOnline previously reported, the feisty judge, 68, told stunned members of her Hollywood studio audience on March 30 that she "needed to stop" to filming because she was "not feeling well."

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"She was just sitting on the bench during her show taping and she started saying things that didn't make any sense," a source close to the situation told RadarOnline exclusively. "She said, 'I need to stop, I'm not feeling well’.”

"She said another couple of sentences that didn't have anything to do with the case and then she stopped speaking and said she wasn't feeling well. The stage manager called the paramedics, and they came and took her away."

The judge spent the night in the hospital, passed all required health tests and has since resumed filming on her show.

Hear the 911 call on RadarOnline.


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