Tamar Braxton was reportedly taken to a hospital in Los Angeles after being found unresponsive in her hotel room on Thursday.
The 43-year-old reality star was staying with boyfriend David Adefeso at the Ritz Carlton in downtown LA when he found her ‘unresponsive’.
The Blast reported that David called 911 saying that Tamar had been drinking and had taken an unknown amount of prescription pills
The site adds: ‘Ambulances then arrived at the hotel and took her to the hospital. Sources have claimed that David believes that it was possible suicide attempt.’
The LAPD confirmed to The Blast that they had received a call around 9:45pm, reporting that a female had a medical emergency listed as a ‘possible overdose.’
Tamar‘s condition is not known at this time. MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Tamar for more information.
A spokesperson for Tamar said: ‘Tamar has had a very tough and emotional day — more information will be coming in the next few days. Please pray for her.’
Her YouTube show that she stars in with David is called Coupled & Quarantined ad had been scheduled to air on Thursday night.
Instead, a message read: ‘Hello Ya’ll Unfortunately, Your girl Tamar is under the weather today and not feeling well so we need to postpone today’s show (Don’t worry it’s not Covid).
‘We’re sad because we had a great show lined up for you today, but next week’s show is going to be even bigger and better.
‘So sorry for the inconvenience, we know many of you look forward to the show every week. we’ll make it up to you next week.’
Tamar also has a brand new reality TV show.
The sister of chart-topping singer Toni Braxton is the star of To Catch A Beautician for VH1, according to a Monday report from Variety. The series debuted on May 25.
The set up of the show is how clients confront the hair stylists that ruined their mane. Then Wright retrains the stylist and lets them redo the clients’ hair again.
To Catch a Beautician is produced by Scout Productions with David Collins, Michael Williams, Rob Eric, and Kim McCoy as executive producers.