Danniella Westbrook rushed back to hospital as she walks the ‘scary’ corridors alone late at night

DANNIELLA Westbrook is back in hospital just weeks after her “sudden health shock”.

The 48-year-old star, known as EastEnders’ Sam Mitchell, shared footage past midnight of her walking the “scary” corridors alone late at night.

Danniella Westbrook is back in hospital


Danniella Westbrook is back in hospital
She was walking in the hospital in the middle of the night


She was walking in the hospital in the middle of the nightCredit: Instagram

She did not offer any other information about why she was there.

Danniella wrote: “Scary places. The only person in the whole corridor.”

It’s just two weeks since the actress was rushed to hospital with the bloodstream infection septicaemia.

The condition, which could have been life-threatening, saw her bedridden for several days.

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A rep for the star told The Sun at the time explained: “Danniella suffered a sudden health shock.

“Thankfully the issue was caught early and dealt with by medical professionals. Danniella has been released from hospital and is home recovering with the support of close family.

“We are grateful that Danniella hasn’t suffered from any major risks.

“Danniella appreciates everyone’s immediate support and we will be sure to issue updates on her ongoing recovery accordingly.”

The actress had been suffering from septicaemia and received urgent treatment to stop the spread of any infection.

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Also known as sepsis or blood-poisoning, it is a potentially life-threatening condition triggered by an infection or injury.

The NHS warns that without quick treatment, sepsis can lead to multiple organ failure and death.


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