Jason Biggs’ wife accidentally drops their son on his head; boy’s skull fractured
The wife of “American Pie” star Jason Biggs has just revealed that she accidentally dropped their 5-year-old son on his head, resulting to the boy suffering a fractured skull.
Jenny Mollen, an actress and author, made the revelation in an Instagram post today, April 18. She said the accident happened while they were at home on Saturday night, April 13.
“On Saturday evening, I dropped my son on his head causing him to fracture his skull and landing him in the ICU,” Mollen wrote.
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On Saturday evening, I dropped my son on his head causing him to fracture his skull and landing him in the ICU. I am forever grateful to Lenox hill downtown and @nyphospital for their immediate response and aid. Thank you to all of the nurses, neurologists, pediatricians, residents, cafeteria staff and brave women that keep the visitor‘s bathrooms clean. Not sure how this post turned into an Oscars acceptance speech… But @biggsjason Thank god for you! Thank god, thank god, thank god. It has been a traumatic week but Sid is home now taking things slowly and recovering nicely. He is also eating a lot of chocolate dipped ice cream cones and plans to try cherry dipped soon. My heart goes out to all parents who have or will ever find themselves in this kind of position. You are not alone…
She then expressed gratitude to the local hospitals for their “immediate response and aid.” Mollen also thanked the hospital staff and her husband.
“It has been a traumatic week but Sid is home now taking things slowly and recovering nicely,” she added. “He is also eating a lot of chocolate dipped ice cream cones and plans to try cherry dipped soon.”
Biggs and Mollen, who were co-stars in the 2008 film “My Best Friend’s Girl”, married that same year. Aside from 5-year-old Sid, they have another son named Lazlo, who was born in October 2017. JB
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