What Judge Judy stated about the incident following her mini-stroke live on TV

Nothing could have prepared Judy Sheindlin for what happened to her at one of her live performances, despite the fact that she had had more than her fair share of fascinating court fights.

Judy Geller, who plays Judge Judy, experienced a mini-stroke in 2011 while performing in front of her audience. Geller is now the show’s executive producer for Judy Justice.

Judy spoke about the horrific incident in an interview, admitting that she thinks she could have had a transient ischemic stroke.

Judy allegedly claimed, “The folks who watched me for 15 years sensed something was wrong, and without asking – which was probably a very good thing, because I would have said, “Don’t go there” – they phoned EMS.”

The 79-year-old actor reportedly started “asking questions in slow motion,” which led the producers to dial 911.

Judy stated that she was in good health despite her doctors’ fears that she could have experienced a mini-stroke. “I may have had a transient ischemia stroke, but the symptoms went away quickly.”

To our great relief, Judy has not had any additional attacks and is in good health; she even has a new show.

When asked if she had any plans to leave her career in television, she responded, “I’m not sick.” Tennis or golf are not my sports. I have no desire and no intention to learn how to play mahjong, checkers, or chess.

“I am aware of the things I like to do. Why would I want to try to learn something new at this stage in my life when I already know what I like?”

After 45 years of marriage, Judy and Jerry Sheindlin will celebrate their anniversary this year. Judy also has a fantastic home life away from the camera.

They had only begun their marriage when they went their separate ways for about a year, but they reconciled and have been happy ever since.


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