Briana DeJesus put out a cry for help about her scary medical condition and she exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com why she said she was “dying” in a panic. “When I said I was dying it’s because this is truly really painful,” the Teen Mom 2 star revealed about her horrific health crisis. DeJesus admitted to Radar that she has been knocked down repeatedly in the last year and was struggling to stay healthy for the sake of her family. She also dissed her MTV co-stars in a snarky comment. Click through the gallery for Radar’s exclusive interview with DeJesus.
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“I have ulcers in my eyes and it really hurts,” DeJesus told Radar about her shocking medical condition for which she was desperately seeking relief.
“My left eye is completely sealed shut and I am currently using drops in order to help heal me,” a traumatized DeJesus said.
“As you know, this hasn’t been an easy year for my family and I health wise,” the TM2 star told Radar, referring to both of her daughters needing surgery.
DeJesus’ youngest daughter Stella had surgery in August, after she was diagnosed with septic arthritis, a “painful joint infection.”
Her older daughter, Nova, had dental surgery in September, when the little girl had “a few teeth pulled.”
She slammed her critics during the emotional time. “I know the hater trolls will always hate- which, frankly, I could care less about- but to the people that have supported my family and I during these tough times, I really appreciate it from the bottom of my heart.”
The TM2 star told Radar that she wasn’t anticipating a quick fix. “I will hopefully get better, but this is going to take time.”
Estranged from her fellow Teen Mom 2 stars, DeJesus slammed their silence around her scary problem. “Nobody has reached out and I’m not in my feelings about it nor concerned with it,” she told Radar.
DeJesus put on a brave face despite the painful eye ulcers. “I’m just looking forward to hopefully feeling better soon and continuing on with my life,” she told Radar. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.