DANNIELLA Westbrook has revealed that she has returned to the hospital and is unable to access her bank account.
The 48-year-old TV star tweeted about her woes, saying her day was “completely wrong”.
In a post to her bank, she said she’s “been there for years,” Danniella explained that her account had been cut.
She wrote: “At 7am I received a text message saying my account is being closed but no one can tell me why?
“I have mental health anxiety and I’m currently hospitalized. I have bad credit and no other bank has given me an account and you won’t tell me why it’s closed.”
Some fans tried to offer advice on steps she could take to open her account, others told her, “Get well soon xxx.”
She was last hospitalized in November when she underwent surgery weeks after a sinus infection left her in intensive care.
Previously, the actress was discharged from the army before her birthday and in the days that followed, she shared several pictures on social media looking better than ever.
Danniella, who plays Sam Mitchell in EastEnders, sparked concern when she posted a message to the children and her mother.
She said “tomorrow is not promised” and “I love you”, tagging son Kai, daughter Jodie and her mother Susan.
Danniella is best known for her several roles on EastEnders as Phil and Grant’s older sister in the ’90s and 2000s, after taking over the role from Kim Medcalfe.
Sam hasn’t been seen in Walford Square since 2016 after she attended her mother’s funeral, Peggy Mitchell.
However, with her brother Phil Now on the run with Raymond, Sam’s explosive return could be on the cards – but Daniella won’t be reprising the role.
Commenting on the rumours, Daniella wrote on Instagram: “EastEnders hasn’t contacted me to say they’re concluding or if they are, but that’s okay.
“Whoever plays Sam next, I wish them all the best of luck in the world. Interesting.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8195762/danniella-westbrook-hospital-bank-account/ Danniella Westbrook is distraught as she reveals she’s been back in the hospital and has had her bank account cut