Famous Actress Reveals Personal Tragedy After Dropping Her Son on His Head and 'Fracturing His Skull'

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April 18, 2019Apr 18, 2019

Being a parent is one of the most rewarding things in the entire world. It also comes with a lot of responsibilities.

Now, one famous actress has just opened up about a personal tragedy that her family recently faced. Jenny Mollen revealed she dropped her own son on his head and seriously injured him.

"Jenny Mollen, the actress married to 'American Pie' star Jason Biggs, shared on Instagram Wednesday that their 5-year-old son Sid was in the intensive care unit this week after she accidentally dropped him on his head Saturday, fracturing his skull," reported Fox.

She has since released a statement about the event through her social media account.

“I am forever grateful to Lenox Hill downtown and @nyphospital for their immediate response and aid,” Mollen wrote, sharing a photo of her holding Sid, his face covered by an emoji. Sid was released from the hospital and is now home “taking things slowly and recovering nicely,” Mollen added that he is, “eating a lot of chocolate dipped ice cream cones.”

“My heart goes out to all parents who have or will ever find themselves in this kind of position. You are not alone…” Mollen continued. The "My Best Friend's Girl" co-star has taken to Instagram before to express her scares as a mom. Lazo was bitten by a dog on Thanksgiving but was not seriously injured," reported Fox.

Mollen married Biggs in 2008. The couple has two children together, 5-year-old Sid and 1-year-old Lazo.

Fans were quick to respond to her post and offer their words of encouragement. Please join us in praying for a smooth and complete recovery for her little boy. We also pray she finds peace through our Lord.

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