Sting's Daughter Hospitalized for Fractured Skull

May 4, 2009 By:
Sting's Daughter Hospitalized for Fractured Skull

Sting's daughter Coco Sumner has been in intensive care for four days after suffering a major blow to her head.

Coco, who is 18 years old, was dining with a friend in LA when she complained she wasn’t feeling well. When she tried to stand up, she collapsed, knocking her head on a chair. Upon arriving to the hospital, a scan showed she had fractured her skull.

A source tells The Daily Mail, “Coco went flying and landed with a real crash. She really took a tumble. The staff and Coco’s friend were very concerned and called for an ambulance and Coco was taken to the hospital. No one was taking any chances as it was quite a scary fall.”

The source also noted that Coco hasn’t had anything to drink, and the fall occurred early in the evening. She is currently undergoing tests, and is under constant surveillance at the hospital.

Sting, who was working here in the U.S. at the time rushed to Coco’s bedside after learning of the fall, and her mother Trudie, flew to LA to be with her as well.

A friend tells the tabloid, “Trudie and Sting were obviously besides themselves with worry. It was a blessing that Sting was in the States at the time and was able to get to the hospital so quickly.

According to a rep for the family, though, Coco is doing well. He said in a statement, “It was a worrying time for Sting and Trudie, but, thankfully, Coco is recovering well.”

Our thoughts are with their family at this time!