UnNews:Zsa Zsa Gabor calls in priest for final exorcism
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17 August 2010
LOS ANGELES, California -- Zsa Zsa Gabor, the 93-year-old Hollywood star who was hospitalized due to complications from demonic possession, called a priest into her hospital room Sunday to perform a final exorcism, her publicist said.
"Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has seen a priest and held an exorcism. She was in serious condition. Her head was doing 360-degree spins. Her bed was bouncing and shaking and rising off the floor. And she was vomiting pea soup. She couldn’t get any peace from the demon. She asked to see a priest and have him perform the ancient Roman exorcism ceremony," publicist John Blanchette told AFP.
Gabor "spent her 24th wedding anniversary (Saturday) hospitalized after unsuccessful attempts to remove the demon, believed to be the same evil spirit that possessed Linda Blair thirty years ago," Blanchette said.
Her 24th husband, Frederic von Anhalt "was at her side, but furniture was falling on him, and everything was blowing around the room. She was swearing at him like a truck driver. It’s a very difficult time for her family," the spokesman said.
The acute demonic possession Saturday came just two days after Gabor was released from a California hospital following complications from a bad fall on July 17 when she broke her hip while attempting to walk the stairs upside down and backwards on her hands and feet.
The Hungarian-born actress and former beauty queen's lengthy film career includes spots in a number of forgettable films and television series, including John Huston's 1952 "Moulin Rouge" and the 1958 film noir "Touch of Evil" by Orson Welles. She lent her voice to several animated films and TV series.
But the platinum blond is especially known for her flamboyant lifestyle, legal troubles, twenty-four marriages and a propensity to call just about everyone "darling" with her distinctive accent.