90 Day Fiancé Ashley Martson Hospitalized After Her Kidney Failed Due To Complications From Lupus.
- Martson’s kidneys gave way and she collapsed in her home.
- She is a beloved TV celebrity who was in the reality TV series 90 Day fiancé.
- She announced the news on her social media post and captioned it with a message for all her fans.
- Martson is married to Jay Smith who is Jamaican, they met in when Ashley was vacationing in Jamaica.
Ashley Martson, the 90 Day fiancé star was hospitalized on January 13 after she collapsed at home from complications caused by Lupus.
Martson became popular after she participated in the reality TV series 90 Day Fiancé. The 31-year-old celeb was part of the 6th season of the show. The show is an American doc u mentary series that follows couples who applied or got a K-1 visa. The visa allows the finances of US citizens who have married foreigners and must get a visa within 90 days or they will be deported.
CAPTION: Ashley with her husband Jay. SOURCE: Reality TV World.
Martson announced that she fainted in her home due to complications arising from Lupus. A photo of her on her hospital bed with intravenous lines running through her whole body went viral on social media.
She captioned the photo with a sentimental message and said that if she can help even one person suffering from lupus then the message will be worth it. Marston posted the message on social media.
“I’m sorry if this photo offends anyone but I will not hide that I’m sick, I was found unresponsive this morning at my home. The Ambulance took me to the hospital where it was found that I am in acute kidney failure due to lupus. I will begin dialysis shortly.”
Martson married her current husband Jay Smith whom she met on a vacation to Jamaica. Smith met Martson while she was staying at a resort in Jamaica to attend a friend’s wedding. The pair, later on, tied the knot on May 26, 2018.
Another Hollywood star, Selena Gomez also suffered from Lupus and she required a kidney transplant. Her best friend, Francia Raisa gave her a kidney.