Jamie Foxx’s eldest daughter Corinne has been spotted in new photos outside the physical rehab center where she is recovering from her father’s medical emergency.
The 29-year-old “47 Meters Down: No Cage” actress was dressed casually in jeans, a black shirt, a matching cardigan and sneakers as she left the resort with boyfriend Joseph Hooten on Sunday.
Foxx’s youngest daughter, Annalize, aged 13, was also spotted at the physical rehab center with her mother, Kristin Grannis.
The “Ray” actor’s family has been with him since he fell into an unknown medical emergency last month.
On April 12, Corinne shared the news about her father’s condition on her social media account on behalf of the “Foxx family”.
“We wanted to share that my father, Jamie Foxx, had a medical complication yesterday,” he began the statement. “Fortunately, thanks to quick action and great care, he’s already on his way to recovery.”
The family’s message continued: “We know how much he is loved and we appreciate your prayers. The family wants privacy during this time.”
Corinne didn’t reveal exactly what happened to the 55-year-old “Day Shift” actor, but TMZ reported at the time that her condition was “serious enough” and her relatives had to travel to the city.
About three weeks later, Foxx broke her silence by posting on Instagram that she appreciated all the love and “feels blessed”.
Although her family has kept her mouth shut about the “Dreamgirls” star’s health scare, news has begun to surface that her condition is deteriorating.
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Radar Online reported that Foxx’s family was “preparing for the worst” while he was recovering, and journalist Touré claimed in an Instagram post that has since been deleted that the Grammy-winning actor was “on Life Support in 2019.” [the] intensive care.
On May 12, Corinne denied rumors about her father’s health, revealing that her father had actually been “out of the hospital for weeks” and had even “played pickles” the day before.
Days after the “Saftey” actress posted, TMZ reported that Foxx was receiving medical care at a physical rehabilitation center in Chicago.
The facility reportedly specializes in stroke recovery, traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation, and cancer rehabilitation.
Meanwhile, Foxx and Corinne have announced their plans to host a new game show.
“We are excited to develop ‘We Are Family’ with Jeff Apploff and our friends at FOX Entertainment,” co-hosts of “Beat Shazam” said on Monday.
“We hope this show brings as much fun to audiences at home as we got when creating it when it premieres next year.”