Bachelor’s Michelle Money holds a bag of hospitalized daughter’s brain fluid as she shares good news on teen’s condition – The Sun

THE Bachelor's Michelle Money held a bag of her daughter Brielle's brain fluid as she shared good news on the teen's condition.

The 39-year-old revealed her 15-year-old is doing much better after being put on life support following a skateboarding accident.

Michelle explained that fluid was taken out of Brielle's brain to relieve pressure in there after the teen was hospitalized for crashing while not wearing a helmet.

She shared a snap of herself holding the brown-coloured liquid inside a clear bag on her Instagram Stories.

Michelle wrote alongside the shot, "Just holding my daughter's brain fluid. What are you up to?" alongside a concerned emoji.

The reality star also posted a clip of the liquid next to Brielle's hospital bed, telling fans: "If any of you were wondering what brain fluid looks like – that's Brielle's brain fluid."

There's been plenty of good news for Brielle, who is now "stable" after doctors took her out of sedation.

Michelle looked upbeat as she told her followers: "So may wins today!

"We got her off of the paralyzing agents, I watched my daughter trying to cough. She's coming back. It's been such a good day.

"She's good she's stable, she's trying to wake up, she's moving. Apparently it will take a few days for her to get the sedation out of her body."

Michelle went on: "I'm exhausted and I'm so grateful for the nurses here.

"All is well, we're on a great path. I cannot wait for this kid to wake up so I can yell at her – just kidding, I'm going to give her the biggest hug."

The promising update comes after Michelle begged fans for their "prayers" as Brielle lay in a medically-induced coma.

The reality star later sobbed as she thanked the neighbors who saw Brielle's accident and called 911.

"I just realized that exactly one week ago my neighbor was on the phone with 911 exactly a week ago. The call was made, and it truly saved her life."

Michelle wept: "You guys I am so eternally grateful for my neighbors who found her. I cannot believe it's been a week I cannot believe this is happening. I cannot believe a whole week has gone by.

"I just can't believe this is my life right now, it is so amazing how things can change in a second and your whole life is turned upside down."

Yesterday the mom shared imaging of the fractures on her daughter's skull and admitted she blames herself for the injury because she allowed Brielle to skateboard without a helmet.

She said: "I told her to put the helmet on and she talked me out of it."

"Somewhere along the line I stopped making being her mother top priority and being her friend more important."

Michelle has also been struggling with hospital rules only allowing one parent at a time to stay with Brielle because of fears over coronavirus.

She said of her ex who was forced to wait in the car: "It's really hard to be alone during something like this.

"Broken-hearted that Brielle's dad cannot be in here with me.

"He has been sitting in his car in the parking lot not knowing what else to do."

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