Sherri Cartwright, the mom of “Vanderpump Guidelines” star Brittany Cartwright, is in the intensive care unit with severe problems following bladder surgical procedure.
“Brittany has been beside herself and asking for prayers,” a rep for the Bravo star confirmed Saturday to Folks. “She is planning to go to Kentucky to be by her mom’s bedside subsequent week — it’s been difficult having guests at the hospital attributable to COVID-19 which has been very tough for Brittany and her household.”
Final week, Cartwright, 31, requested followers on social media to wish for Sherri, who tweeted in March about having bladder surgical procedure.
“I’m having bladder surgical procedure March 30 and off work for eight weeks. So I’m flying to LA for restoration to stick with Jax [Taylor] & Brittany. Can’t wait to see them and my Vanderpump mothers. Please maintain me in your prayers,” Sherri wrote at the time.
Pastor Ryan Dotson, beforehand at the heart of “Vanderpump Guidelines” controversy, mentioned Wednesday in a Fb put up that Sherri is in the ICU.
“I want to ask all my pals to please pray for my good friend and church member Sherri Turner Cartwright. She needed to have an emergency surgical procedure after having a scheduled process that went unhealthy. She’s in ICU and issues are unsure, so please be a part of us in prayer for Sherri and imagine God for her full restoration,” Dotson wrote.
The information comes on the heels of a serious casting shakeup for “Vanderpump Guidelines.” On Tuesday, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute have been fired from the Bravo present for calling the police on Religion Stowers, the solely black forged member to look on “Vanderpump Guidelines,” in 2018. Cartwright’s husband, Jax Taylor, additionally accused Stowers of committing crimes in a resurfaced tweet from December 2017.
A rep for Cartwright didn’t instantly return our request for remark.