Tyson Fury’s daughter Venezuela, 13, rushed to A&E in 3am scare as Paris posts update

TYSON FURY’s daughter Venezuela was admitted to the emergency room in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Paris Fury took Venezuela to hospital after her ring got caught on the wrong finger, causing it to swell.

Venezuela was taken to the hospital


Venezuela was taken to the hospitalPhoto credit: Instagram
Her finger was swollen after putting her ring on the wrong finger


Her finger was swollen after putting her ring on the wrong fingerPhoto credit: Instagram

Paris shared a photo of her and Venezeula in the hospital, along with a close-up of the swollen finger.

She captioned the post: “The joy of having children. 3 a.m. in the ER because Venezuela put her ring on the wrong finger.”

The issue appears to have been resolved, but Paris felt the effects of her late night sharing a morning update.

She enjoyed a “much needed” morning coffee shared with the 13-year-old Venezuelan.

Paris wrote in one Instagram Story: “Sharing is important, I think. Send help this morning lol.”

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