Actress Christina Applegate, 51, may reveal in 2021 that she has multiple sclerosis, otherwise known as multiple sclerosis.
according to Norwegian Health Informatics Multiple sclerosis is a disease that causes the destruction of the insulating layer (myelin) around nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord.
The symptoms are due to a malfunction of the parts of the brain or spinal cord affected, and vary from, among other things, problems with balance and lack of muscle control, to seizures, fatigue and visual disturbances.
The actress was too extroverted to be diagnosed. In February, she showed up with a cane on the red carpet, and when she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last November, she struggled to stay afloat.
Now she replies to journalist Candace Owens.
Owens recently criticized clothing brand SKIMS, owned by Kim Kardashian, 42, for using models in wheelchairs in an ad campaign.
– I don’t understand how far we have to take this comprehensive thing. We are ridiculous, USA. Owens said on the “Daily Wire” podcast, according to Newsweek.
This caused Applegate to react strongly.
“I woke up and saw something horrible. Candace commenting on companies seeing we need help. It’s really disgusting,” she began writing on Twitter.
“I tried to sleep but my brain keeps me awake. Candace Owens, do you know how hard it was for me to get dressed? A team has to help me! So I’m glad there are clothes that are so accessible for me and my community.”
In conclusion, Applegate writes that she does not want to be angry, and is more than happy to have a conversation with Owens if she wants to know more about what it is like to be disabled.
The campaign’s supermodel, Halle Rosa, is up Tik Tok To comment on Owens’ remarks.
– I’m proud to be in my wheelchair underwear, because that means I’ve come such a long way. So if you don’t like it, use your legs and go for a walk!
to the British newspaper MirrorRosa explains more about her opinion of the situation.
– What she said was harsh. It’s disgusting and sets a bad example. I don’t think any body doesn’t deserve to be seen, and the fact that she chose my body to talk about how unimportant people are in wheelchairs is annoying, she told the paper.
Owens has not commented on the criticism at the time of writing.
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