Christopher Schwarzenegger, Arnold Schwarzenegger's son in hospital for surfing injury
The youngest son of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Christopher has been rushed to the hospital with multiple injuries caused while he was surfing on the beach of Malibu, California. His mother was with him when the accident occurred, People Magazine and TMZ report.
Christopher Schwarzenegger, who is 13 years old, was with his mother, Maria Shriver at the beach. It was a usual Sunday for the mother and son. He was boogie boarding when he got seriously injured. He was rushed to the hospital with multiple broken bones and a collapsed lung. Shriver has accompanied her son to the ICU and never left his side. He slept in the hospital ever since.
Arnold Schwarzenegger came to the hospital as well, to check on Christopher’s state. A source told People magazine that it’s been days since the teenager is hospitalized: “Christopher has been in ICU since Sunday.” The two parents have not been reached for comment on the matter.
This is the latest bad news for the Schwarzenegger family, following the divorce lawsuit and the separation of the couple. Earlier this week, Arnold asked the court not to award Maria spousal support. His response came to his-soon-to-be ex wife’s divorce petition. Shriver filed for a divorce months after leaving the family mansion in the spring of this year. She had found out that the former governor of California had been hiding one big secret: he had a lovechild with one of the staff members of the house. The employee and mother of the child, Mildred Baena confirmed that her son, who is about the same age as Christopher, is the child of the Terminator. Since then, she has resigned in February and is living in a home that Schwarzenegger bought for her and their son.
The same month, Maria Shriver has received terrible news: her father had died. All these changes in the life of the Schwarzenegger family add up and the year is not over yet. Let’s just hope the second half of the year will be more calm and rewarding for them.