Comedian Kate Quigley is out of the hospital and back to life as usual just days after an alleged overdose that left three of her friends dead.
The 39-year-old star was spotted for the first time out in public following the incident that put her in critical care just over one week ago.
Driving herself in her convertible with the top down, Quigley kept it casual to run errands on Tuesday around Venice, CA.
Wearing ripped denim shorts, a David Bowie t-shirt, and a trucker hat that read, "FBP," the comedian attempted to go incognito in her sunglasses and mask.
Rocking flip-flops, a satchel purse over her shoulder, and a sweatshirt around her waist, Quigley was photographed desperately gripping her phone.
She was spotted heading into a local barbershop but not before noticing nearby photographers.
Holding her head high, Quigley passed by photographers without a word.
Once inside the shop, Quigley was seen chatting it up with employees. She then jumped back into her convertible, disappearing into the distance.
Quigley broke her silence, saying her life was "changed forever" following the alleged overdose that took the lives of fellow comedians Fuquan Johnson, 42, Enrico Colangeli, 48, and Natalie Williamson on September 4.
They have been suspected of taking cocaine that was laced with fentanyl.
Johnson, Colangeli, and Williamson were found dead at the scene; however, Quigley was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
“I feel overwhelmed by the outpouring of kind messages and am incredibly grateful to be surrounded by a strong community of friends, family, colleagues, and fans who have offered their support during this time; and to the team of paramedics, nurses, and doctors who saved my life,” she wrote over the weekend.
"Words cannot describe the pain I am feeling," she added before paying tribute to her friends. “Fu was a generous, loving soul. He was hilarious, supportive, and incredibly authentic with the most infectious spirit," she said of Johnson.
“Rico was always filled with enthusiasm,” she continued while saying Williamson “was so kind and endearing.”
"They each made an indelible mark on my life and the lives of their loved ones. I will miss them.”
Ending her emotional post, Quigley did not comment about the alleged overdose but said, “There are so many more things i want to say, but I’m not ready. When I am, I will.”