Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has returned to a hospital because of complications in her recuperation from hip-replacement surgery, Gabor’s publicist said on Friday.
Publicist John Blanchette said an ambulance was summoned to Gabor's home to take her to an emergency room on Friday, putting the actress back in the hospital where she had been since last month.
Blanchette said Gabor was in great pain and was bleeding from the hip.
The 93-year-old actress broke her hip in a fall at home on July 17. She underwent hip-replacement surgery at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. She was discharged on Wednesday.
Blanchette is in touch with Gabor’s husband.
"She is resting and will be in the hospital for a few days,” Blanchette said.
The famous actress has been on a wheelchair since a car accident in 2002. She later had a stroke in 2005, putting her on the chair permanantly.
Hungarian-Born Zsa Zsa Gabor is a Hollywood legend who has been a fixture in Hollywood movies and on television for decades. Gabor was one of three glamorous sisters who stole the Hollywood limelight in the 1950s and 1960s. She starred in movies "Moulin Rouge," "Lili" and "Touch of Evil." Although the actress has never confirmed a birthdate, she is thought by Hollywood journalists to have been born between 1917 and 1919.