What surgery did sonya eddy have?
Sonya Eddy, the actress who starred on “General Hospital,” died of complications from a non-emergency surgical procedure she underwent. A close friend of Eddy’s, Tyler Ford, told TMZ that the 55-year-old had a pre-scheduled operation on December 9.
After being released on the 11th, she started to feel ill and returned to the hospital on December 15. Four days later, doctors discovered an infection that was “uncontainable.” She was then put on life support, and died on Monday night.
Her passing was a devastating blow to fans of “General Hospital,” and many celebrities took to social media to pay their respects. Executive producer Frank Valentini expressed his sadness on Twitter and wrote, “Sonya Eddy will be missed by her family and fans everywhere.”
Among her film credits are Coach Carter, Bad News Bears, Barbershop, Daddy Daycare, Matchstick Men, Seven Pounds, The Perfect Game and Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday. She also made her West Coast theatre debut in Ruby Dee’s Zora Is My Name and Comedy of Errors, for which she won an Arty Award.
She’s been a longtime model and was spotted by editors at several publications before her first major surgery. She’s also been a fashion blogger and Instagram influencer, posting glamorous photos of herself with her large following.
The surgery that got her most media attention was a hysterical video posted to her Instagram account last week in which she filmed herself in the hospital during a brain surgery to remove a cavernous malformation from her skull, and also made her a web sensation as she shared the experience with her followers.
According to Thompson, she wanted the surgery so that she could have a faster and easier way to lose weight. She said that her previous attempts at losing weight through diet and exercise were unsuccessful. She says that she was not motivated to eat healthy, and her love of junk food was holding her back.
Her decision to have the surgery was a big one, but she knows that it is the only way to get her body the way she wants it. She added that she would encourage her sister Lauryn Shannon and her boyfriend Dralin Carswell to support her constantly.
She also said that she has no fear of the procedure as she has been through the process before and has had a good experience. She wants to be sure that the surgery is something she truly wants, and that it will not be a waste of her time and money.