Zsa Zsa Gabor, the celebrated Hollywood actress, has returned to hospital after slipping into unconsciousness. Gabor had been resting at her home after being given her last rights in August, however, her spokesman John Blanchette told Reuters she was "in a great deal of pain", and that her husband FREDERICK PRINZ VON ANHALT found her to be "not responsive" on Tuesday 31st August 2010.
It is reported that Von Anhalt called for an ambulance and Gabor was taken to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center - the hospital where she was offered liver surgery last month. Despite doctors suggesting the surgery would give the actress a 50-50 chance of survival, Gabor declined, instead wanting to "spend her final days at home", according to Blanchette.
Gabor - who appeared in a string of film, television, and stage roles - became a well-known Hollywood personality, partly down to her high profile relationships; she was married nine times in total, and once to CONRAD HILTON, the grandfather of Los Angeles socialite Paris Hilton. She famously starred as Jane Avril in the 1951 film 'Moulin Rouge', as well as in the Broadway play 'Forty Carats'.