- Rose McGowan says she broke her arm trying to read the US election results while standing on a staircase.
- The 47-year-old actor posted a picture on her Instagram account from a hospital bed in Mexico with her left arm in a cast.
- She captioned the post: "Reading US election results while on the stairs = bone break."
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After three long nights, the US presidential election is starting to claim new victims.
Actor Rose McGowan, 47, shared a photo on Instagram after breaking her arm trying to check out the highly-anticipated results while standing on a flight of stairs.
On Thursday night, the actor turned women's rights activist posted the picture, which showed her sitting in a hospital bed in Mexico with her left arm in a cast.
She captioned the post: "Reading US election results while on the stairs = bone break."
The former "Death Proof" star also used the opportunity to challenge the cost of healthcare in the United States. She continued in her caption: "It cost $250 in Mexico for my emergency room visit, compared to a likely 10k hospital bill in California for the same accident. USA is not the land of the free, it's the land of the overcharged. #bigpharma #usa #mexico OUCH."
In the comments section, one fan asked McGowan: "Why not stay" in Mexico, and the actor replied that she intends to.
She wrote: "My father lived in MX for years, tia y tio are maestros in San Miguel DA, it's in my blood to stay in the heart-centered land. I came here to heal my insides and it's really helping."
McGowan has been a vocal critic of both Joe Biden and Donald Trump who are moving into the fourth day of a tightly fought election where minuscule margins are set to decide the winner.
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