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Mindy McCready “in good spirits”

HollywoodNews.com: Earlier this week Mindy McCready was taken to the hospital after her mom called 911 for a possible overdose. Later that night her mother came forward to state that she believed that her daughter had tried to commit suicide and said that Mindy told 911 that she didn’t care if she lived or not.

Now her publicity reps have come forward to release some statements regarding the status of the country singer. She stated, “To date, we have not received the medical reports to accurately document or verify the diagnosis (or reason) for Mindy’s hospitalization or the statements that have been made. What is factual is that Mindy injured her foot while at her mother’s residence in Ft. Myers, FL (while visiting with her son, Zander) and was hospitalized,” reports The Insider. The rep continued, “We have not been provided official information or documentation to support statements that Mindy tried to commit suicide, nor have we been given reason or evidence to believe Mindy was hospitalized due to an overdose. As of this afternoon, Mindy is at home resting; her condition is good and she is in good spirits. Thoughts, prayers and encouragement will prove much more effective than sensational statements and headlines.”

We’re glad to hear that Mindy is back home and in “good spirits,”

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  • August 18, 2010 | Permalink |

    I wish everyone would stop calling Mindy McCready a “Country singer”. She had 1-2 number 1 hits and sold 3 million albums. She don’t belong in country music. She ruined her own career and life and blames other people for it. Grown up dumb ass. You make your own decisions and choices. No one can tell you what is right or wrong. She will NEVER be a role model and we don’t need a drug up,attention seeking ho in country music. She made a sex tape. No one with a child wants her as a role model. That doesn’t happen in country music. Country music is pure. Something that this douche bag knows NOTHING about. I feel no sympathy or pity for her. She had plenty of chances in rehabs to get her life straightened out but chose not to. She continued to do the same things over and over and over. She will never be Reba,Faith,Shania or Martina nor in their league. What a loser she turned out to be and Thank God Dean Cain dumped her stupid ass. He’s too smart to be with someone soooooooo stupid. Not everyone cares what the hell happens to this dumbass. She is the perfect example of “Cry Wolf”. She needs to be in a mental hospital with all the other psychopaths.

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