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‘The Bachelor's’ Shayne Lamas lost baby but not in coma according to Lorenzo

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Shayne Lamas, who was the season 12 winner of “The Bachelor” and is the daughter of actor Lorenzo Lamas, is not in a coma following complications with her pregnancy. According to Fox News on Feb. 11, Lamas lost her baby as a result of those complications. Her father says she is now conscious and stable.

This was to have been the 28-year-old reality star’s second child. Just 16 weeks along, she was rushed to the hospital after collapsing Sunday night in her Orange County home. Internal bleeding around the uterus necessitated the call for specialists. The baby died while Lamas underwent surgery. Initial reports by TMZ said she was in a coma and unable to breathe on her own.

On Tuesday, Lorenz released the following statement:

"We are so grateful that my daughter, Shayne Lamas-Richie, is conscious and stable. She is not in a coma, however she did miscarry the child she was carrying," the statement read. "We are so very grateful to the hospital personnel and the doctors who saved her life last night. Shayne is aware of her condition and that her family and her husband are here with her and love her so much. She will be remaining in the hospital until her doctors determine that she can be released."

Her blogger husband Nik Richie who writes on TheDirty.com also posted tis message to his fans:

“I’m going to take some personal days off from the blogging world. Unfortunate things happen to good people. I’m not the best person in the world, but I love my wife and my family. Shayne is my good person. She is my support and my smile. I found you and I never want to let you go. We will overcome."

We wish the family all the best as they deal with this difficult and tragic time.

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