‘Bad Girls Club’ Alum Natalie Nunn Hospitalized with COVID-19

Natalie Nunn, who has appeared on multiple seasons and spin-offs of “Bad Girls Club,” has contracted the coronavirus.

Monday on Instagram, the reality TV star revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 while posting a video from the hospital.

In the shocking clip, the 35-year-old lies in a hospital bed while attached to an IV.

As explained in the caption, the Oxygen personality initially thought she suffered an “asthma attack” from the smoke caused by the California wildfires. However, she soon learned that she was diagnosed with the virus.

“I thought I was coughing and having as asthma attack the last 4 days due to the smoke outside in Northern California from all the fires,” she wrote. “Well unfortunately I have tested positive for Covid 19!”

“Please keep me and my family in your prayers as this is such a scary time for myself and my family!” she added.

Last week, Nunn and husband Jacob Payne showed off their home renovation and décor skills with their transformed “black and white living room.”

In April 2017, the two welcomed their daughter, Journey Ruth Payne.

Nunn recently shared a picture of her bundle of joy and complained that her 3-year-old girl is “growing up soooo fast”!

Per the New York Times as of September 15 at 4:12 p.m. EST, there have been more than 6.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with at least 195,183 deaths from coronavirus-related illnesses.

Wishing Natalie a speedy recovery!


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