Jim Edmonds Suffers From Forehead Gash One Week After COVID-19 Diagnosis
Jim Edmonds hasn't been having a great year. Page Six reported on an Instagram post from Edmonds in which he revealed a massive gash on his forehead around one week after his coronavirus diagnosis. The former MLB player captioned a selfie with the line, "ouch. Already ugly enough."
The reality star joked that he needed another 12 stitches on his body due to the gash. In another post, he claimed this year "hasn't been a great 2020 yet." As for how it happened, Jim claims he "got into a fight" with a glass shower door that he never noticed while walking around in the dark.
As it was previously reported, Edmonds revealed his COVID-19 diagnosis a few weeks ago. Since then, he's been fighting the symptoms. According to the former baseball player, he thinks he had the virus for a long time before he finally received the test.
The reality star expressed gratitude for doing what everyone told him to do so he could keep the curve flattened at his home. Federal and state governments have been urging the public to stay at home if experiencing any symptoms, regardless of a test or not.
Meghan King Edmonds, on the other hand, has been taking care of their children together. They have three kids, including Hart, Hayes, and Aspen. A spokesperson for Edmonds previously said to the outlet that Edmonds was furious that Meghan was driving her kids across state lines during the pandemic.
His rep stated she was driving their kids from California to St. Louis. Meghan's rep later released a statement claiming her actions were not violating the terms of their custody agreement.
The statement went on to poke fun at Jim, insinuating he was trying to get attention for his COVID-19 diagnosis and also being fully aware of her plans to drive their kids across state lines.
As it was previously reported, Edmonds revealed his COVID-19 diagnosis on Instagram around the same time as other celebrities. Other celebs to test positive for the coronavirus includes Rachel Matthews, Andy Cohen, and several others.