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We reported that Jenna Jameson and one of her twin sons went to the hospital in an ambulance last night around 11 PM and we now know that her son was likely suffering from a stomach flu.

Little Journey began projectile vomiting and Jenna thought the best thing to do would be to call 911 for an ambulance. Journey was "hydrated" at the hospital and released a few hours later.

A tad dramatic for the stomach flu, no? But we guess she's just being a protective mama!

Better safe than sorry!

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57 comments to “Jenna Jameson Update!”



  1. 1

    'I think you owe Tito a public apology for speculating that it was child abuse you asshole



  2. 2

    What"s with the "hydrated'? Do you mean something mean, moron? And she called 911, because projectile vomiting can mean tons of other things, some life-threatening.



  3. 3

    Journey? gimme a break……..
    *
    mario - you know nothing about children or what it takes to raise them. wtf was she supposed to do at 11pm at night? wait until she could get a pediatrician the next day? or maybe guess what was wrong with him and "self-medicate"?? her calling paramedics for her drastically sick child is the best thing I've heard this whore ever do………



  4. 4

    aren't you feeling like the douchebag you are for the previous blog entry when you speculated that they had been beaten up? Perez, Perez, when will you learn you know NOTHING about anyone's personal lives?



  5. 5

    No she's not being dramatic!! Young children can get very quickly dehydrated and die if not treated.
    Secondly Perez, there is no such thing as a stomach flu. Flu's are respiratory illness's and have nothing to do with GI illnesses.



  6. 6

    She's nothing but a fameWHORE! No need to take your kid BY AMBULANCE to the hospital cuz he throws up once or twice. Stupid slut!



  7. 7

    If my son was projectile vomiting i'd call an exorcist



  8. 8

    "Journey"



  9. 9

    An ambulance?? Really?? She ever hear of driving her car??? Yes, I have little kids and yes, I have had one with a dangerous illness that required emergency medical care. I put him in his car seat and drove to the damn ER.



  10. 10

    Glad that you only post the facts once your readers call you out….



  11. 11

    Perez, babies can dehydrate very easily. Projectile vomiting is considered an issue that brings up concern, especially if the baby has been doing it for hours. In that situation you would be unable to keep them hydrated which could result in a critical situation.

    But, we all know Perez knows everything. He will damn her for bringing the child in, but if she didn't and the child became critically ill or die, he would damn her for not bringing him in. Appears that unless you are Lady Gaga, you can't do anything right



  12. 12

    mario, you are disgusting. maybe you should publically apologize to the people you offended in your previous post on this subject. You are a disgrace, I hope Tito gets a lawyer and sues your ignorant ass back to cuba where it belongs.



  13. 13

    you need to do better research before you post. This is happening quite frequently with you!



  14. 14

    You should apologize to Tito for making this whole thing into something else. Then I think Tito should punch you right in the face.



  15. 15

    I don't think people realize how fast a child can go down hill when their sick. When my son was 1 he had the rotovirus. And yes when he threw up it was projectile vomit. Before I knew it he was extremely dehydrated. His doctor told me to take him to the E.R He spent 3 days in the hospital hooked up to I.V's. So unless you have kids you really shouldn't comment about other people and their kids. It's a very scary situation especially for first time moms.



  16. 16

    OR she had him rushed to the hospital bc she was afraid he ingested one of her pills…? Whatever the case, glad she had him checked out!

  17. Rynne says – reply to this


    17

    Babies can die from so many things so easily. Especially infants and projectile vomiting. She was being a good mom.



  18. 18

    That's horrible. But what the hell is up with her face? Why did she destroy her face like this? I don't like her at all but still

  19. jkf says – reply to this


    19

    who did she call first, 911 or the paparazzi?



  20. 20

    I dunno, I have over reacted a few times over my lil son. I just love my lil guy so much, that I have had some anxiety attacks when he has been ill. *When it rains it pours*



  21. 21

    Does anyone else think she kind of looks like Chelsea Handler in this pic?

  22. Harv says – reply to this


    22

    She called an ambulance because the kid had a stomach flu ??
    What a moron !!
    Nice name for the kid …… Journey ??



  23. 23

    UN-fit "mother". WHy would a skank whore like her bring a child into her world??? Poor poor baby. WTF is up with her face! Enough wiht the surgery, spend the money on therapy!!!!!!



  24. 24

    The stomach flu is life threatning to children, they can dehydrate and die very quickly so she did the right thing



  25. 25

    Re: good4good – in addition, what people call "stomach flu" is usually caused by ingesting harmful bacteria. Typically Staph. aureus. When it happens to adults its usually gone in 24hrs but it could kill babies if not treated quickly. Jenna was right to call the ambulance. Most of us would have gone to the ER ourselves but with the kind of money Jenna has I don't blame her.



  26. 26

    PLEASE STOP COMMENTING ON PARENTING…..YOU'RE AN IDIOT, DON'T HAVE A CLUE WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT, AND WOULDN'T KNOW A GOOD PARENT IF YOU TRIPPED OVER ONE.

    Vomiting in children as young as hers can turn real bad, real quick. She absolutely did the right thing, especially considering where she lives. An ambulance can be a lot faster than driving there herself. SHUT UP YOU MORON.



  27. 27

    Re: good4good – Actually, that's not true. Flus are a bacteria based illness (hence the ability to have vaccines), which can land anywhere.



  28. 28

    How sad a skanky peice of trailor trash like this has children. Even sadder one is named Journey.



  29. 29

    uh yeah she was seen on a gurney being taken to the ambulance with her son…why the fuck was she on it?? i get ur concerned but seriously thats fame whoring just jumping on the gurney when u could have carried him to the ambulance.



  30. 30

    Re: Alliestp – I'm an RN and by "spread anywhere" I think you mean severe secondary infections which typically happen to adults with compromised immune systems. There is no such thing as the stomach flu. Flu is purely respiratory and this kid was vomiting. Meaning that a pathogen was attacking his GI tract. A baby cannot live with a nasty pathogen like that in their respiratory tract long enough for it to "spraed anywhere".



  31. 31

    Is she not a prostitute or porn star or something equally foul?



  32. 32

    Re: oyveyy – doesn't make her irresponsible, makes you dumb…….an ambulance not only provides fast and safe transportation (you know, with those little spinning lights and loud sirens that gets traffic out of the way), it brings EMT's which can start treatment immediately.



  33. 33

    Re: lillyon – @ 29 - the boy probably wanted to be with his mother as any toddler would that was as sick as it sounds he was……..use your brain………



  34. 34

    Perez- you are a moron. Children can get dehydrated VERY easily, and projectile vomiting is not a normal thing, there are may reasons for a child to projectle vomit, and they are not good. Plus, an ambulance is the safest and quickest way to get him to a hospital. You really sound dumb with the comments you made.



  35. 35

    It's a bit over the top to call an ambulance for a puking kid but better safe than sorry. What is up with the princess Leia hair do!



  36. 36

    no it's NOT over dramatic. I'm 22, and in March I had the stomach flu and had to be taken by ambulance to the hospital. My potassium levels bottomed out (which could lead to cardiac arrest) and my blood pressure was 75/40. For someone who is 22 and in great health, I can't imagine what that would do to a child. When you are sick like that, it is always a good idea to seek professional medical attention.



  37. 37

    She is a new mommy and when your baby is that sick a lot of stuff goes through your mind. I think she did what any mom would do…



  38. 38

    You really do have to be careful about kids being hydrated enough when they are sick their bodies aren't as resilient as an adults and they can be fine until their vital signs just drop, seriously it happens all the time, its good she was being watchful of her son's illness.



  39. 39

    There's no such thing as stomach flu. Influenza by definition affects the upper respiratory tract, NOT anything in the gastrointestinal system.

    YOU CAN'T GET STOMACH FLU!!!!!

    It would be like having a sprained Achilles tendon in your esophagus. Duh.



  40. 40

    I will be glad when this story goes away so I don't have to look at her in that HIDEOUS outfit anymore. Don't you have ANY other pics, Perez???



  41. 41

    Re: good4good – i totally agree with you about her response - she did the right thing 100%. But if there is no such thing as a stomach flu - I REALLY need to switch doctors, as myself and two co-workers were recently diagnosed with stomach flu!



  42. 42

    Re: ForeverWyld – exactly



  43. 43

    Re: April 20th – lol…thanks I was kind of thinking the same thing. If you have a seriously ill child who needs EMERGENCY medical attention, thats what paramedics are for. You should not be driving, as your attention needs to be focused on your child, and supporting them while the medics do what they need to do. Any parent who didn't call an ambulance should be ashamed. And I can say that - I have an 11 year old at home.



  44. 44

    looked it up. There is such thing as stomach flu….it's called google. try it.

    What is stomach flu?
    Stomach flu is a viral infection that affects the stomach and small intestine. It is also called viral gastroenteritis. The illness is usually brief, lasting 1 to 3 days



  45. 45

    Journey because of her "journey" from hoe to housewife. Sorry, the poor kid does not deserve it. And … i am going to assume she IS a fit mother. Just to cut her some slack.



  46. 46

    Re: chaot1c – shut the fuck up, some ppl live close to the hospital. I live one minute away. Why get an ambulance? by the time they get here, i'd already be there. Depends on your situation!



  47. 47

    Re: Valerie1988 – lol..anger issues much? I hope you're not teaching your child to speak to others that way simply because they have differing opinions. You're such a class act;)



  48. 48

    Re: Valerie1988 – lol…i know you told me to shut the fuck up…but this was funny, so I hope you can forgive me:)



  49. 49

    well it's her money.
    let her do what she wants.

    and if my son/daughter ever 'projectile vomited', i'd be freaking out too.
    i wouldn't know what to do and prolly do the same thing. or call my parents up and ask for advice on what to do!



  50. 50

    Why waste the cities services? She can drive her kid to get help, too. She just wasted time, money and created speculation of child abuse.



  51. 51

    His name is "Journey"????… way to go Jenna! you gave your kid a pornstar name! HA!



  52. 52

    The little girl from POLTERGIST died from similar symptoms, jackass. If her mom had gone to the ER or called an ambulance, she might not have died



  53. 53

    Re: Loopylicious – Hate to tell you this sweetcheeks, but I'm an RN too. 25 years experience and the Doctor I work for (45 years) disagrees with you. I tend to believe my boss and my experience to your book knowledge. You can have a stomach flu.



  54. 54

    Re: Alliestp – lies…even google can tell you that "sweetcheeks"



  55. 55

    i was 19 and had to be taken to the er with the stomach flu. you cant hold anything in your system, not even water so its good she took him and he could get ivs.



  56. 56

    Re: Loopylicious – lol yah and google clearly states that there is such thing as stomach flu. I cut and pasted directly from google earlier in the comments.



  57. 57

    Re: chaot1c – Its called gastroenteritis and "stomach flu" is just a friendly way of telling someone they have that. Otherwise they think they're sick from some kind of deadly exotoxin. So in a way it does exist, just not in the way you think it does. Its all smoke and mirrors. So you can all stop the pissing contest.