Greater than every week after Tom Sizemore suffered a mind aneurysm, a consultant says the actor’s household is “now deciding end-of-life issues.”
“Right now, docs knowledgeable his household that there isn’t any additional hope and have really helpful end-of-life resolution,” Sizemore’s supervisor Charles Lago mentioned in a press release issued Monday night time. Lago mentioned one other assertion can be issued Wednesday.
Sizemore collapsed early Feb. 18 at his house in Los Angeles and has been hospitalized since, remaining “in important situation, in a coma and in intensive care.” The mind aneurysm was the results of a stroke, Lago’s assertion mentioned.
Sizemore, 61, has acted in movies like Saving Non-public Ryan, Warmth and Black Hawk Down. Whereas he obtained accolades for his appearing, his profession foundered amid a litany of drug abuse arrests and run-ins with legislation enforcement, together with home violence and abuse allegations.
In 2003, he was convicted of home violence expenses in opposition to his ex-girlfriend, Heidi Fleiss.
In 2017, a girl accused Sizemore of abusing her as an 11-year-old throughout manufacturing on the movie Born Killers. No expenses have been filed.
Sizemore has two kids, 17-year-old twin boys.