Kendra Wilkinson rushed to the Los Angeles emergency room on Wednesday after suffering a panic attack, a spokesperson for the former “Girls Next Door” actress confirmed to Fox News Digital.
The rep said the 38-year-old is expected to be released the same day.
Her ex Hank Baskett was reportedly with her in the hospital after she couldn’t sleep on Tuesday night, TMZ reported.
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The “Kendra Sells Hollywood” star shares Hank, 13, and Alijah, 9, with Baskett.
In 2021, Wilkinson spoke to Fox News Digital about her new career, her co-parenting with Baskett, and her depression.
“I learn, I grow, I build from scratch,” she said of real estate. “…And it’s been very exciting, nerve-wracking.”
She added, “I’ve had time for the past three years to pull myself together. I’ve recovered from severe depression. Now I’m getting back on my feet as a single mom and here doing business and supporting myself. my needs and those of my children.”
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The reality star first rose to fame as Hugh Hefner’s girlfriend – alongside Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt – and Playboy model on ‘The Girls Next Door’ from 2005 to 2009, when she married Baskett.
In June, Wilkinson told Melissa Gorga on her podcast that her “divorce triggered my depression.”
“I got divorced, I lost everything I knew, which was my TV show,” she said of her six-season show “Kendra on Top,” which ended in 2017. She and Baskett divorced in 2018. “I had a television. I showed up every year until my divorce. Then my divorce happened and all of a sudden, now I find myself without a wedding I find myself without an introduction, I had to move into a small house – I didn’t understand what it was and all of a sudden I had to do intense healing for years. I wasn’t famous. I didn’t have everything I knew for a very long time. I didn’t know who I was. I was like So lost.”
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She added that she chose a career in real estate while going through this crisis in her life because she needed to “regain faith in something”.
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“It was impossible to be happy at that time,” she said of the end of her marriage and her show. “My kids gave me the purpose to stay alive and keep going… They were the ones who kept my heart racing.”