’60 Minutes’ Reporter Lara Logan Admitted To Hospital Due To Complications From 2011 Sexual Assault
Lara Logan was recently hospitalized after experiencing complications from a sexual assault that occurred while she was covering Egypt’s Arab Spring protests in 2011.
Lara Logan Hospitalized
Logan, a reporter for 60 Minutes, was admitted to a Washington, D.C., hospital as a result of the complications, reported Breitbart News. A 60 Minutes spokesperson confirmed the hospitalization Tuesday.
“We were sorry to learn that Lara was readmitted to the hospital,” the spokesperson told People. “We wish her a speedy recovery.”
Logan was reportedly admitted to the hospital for intestinal disease diverticulitis as well as internal bleeding in February. Since the start of this year, Logan has been hospitalized at least four times.
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“Very few people know how stoic and incredibly tough this lady is,” said Logan’s friend Ed Butowsky. “In spite of everything she’s had to face in the last two years, people have no idea the physical suffering she has been enduring due to the brutal sexual assault she encountered.”
While covering the protests in 2011, Logan was separated from her bodyguard in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Afterwards, the reporter “suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers,” CBS said in a statement at the time.
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