A medical emergency erupted Thursday morning while the cast of The Real Housewives of Miami was filming in The Hamptons, New York.
Ambulances, emergency medical technicians and law enforcement personnel swarmed the $8.5 million Montauk mansion the ladies are staying in for a cast trip after one of the reboot's stars reportedly "fell ill."
The Sun obtained and published photos of the chaos surrounding the luxury property, as one person who was allegedly on the scene told the outlet that a "cast member fell ill on the morning of July 22."
"They were treated onsite and did not need to be transported to hospital," the source said.
Though it is not yet know which Housewife suffered the medical emergency, the ladies are reportedly in the posh town to celebrate Larsa Pippen's jewelry line, Larsa Marie.
Last month, Radar confirmed that the estranged wife of retired NBA star Scottie Pippen had been offered a contract to join the RHOM reboot after first appearing on Season 1 of the reality television series.
At the time, it had been rumored that the show's new home on streaming service Peacock had passed on the former Kardashian bestie, but we were told that was simply not the case.
Fans went wild after it was revealed that Bravo would be rebooting the popular franchise on the new platform.
RHOM first aired in 2011 but only lasted until 2013, despite fans loving the cast, which included breakout stars like Larsa, Lisa Hochstein, Alexia Echevarria, Marysol Patton and Adriana de Moura, all of whom are reportedly returning for the reboot.
Newcomers Kiki Barth, Nicole Martin, Guerdy Abraira and Julia Lemigova are among those rumored to be joining the OGs, as some have even been seen filming scenes together.
Aside from the surely scary situation that took place earlier today, the ladies are most certainly enjoying their massive vacation abode.
According to The Sun, the modern, three-story home has floor-to-ceiling glass walls, a rooftop pool, a two-level garage and 4,000 square feet of outdoor lounge/living space.
Reps for the show have not yet responded to Radar's request for comment.