Roseanne Barr denies that she had suffered a heart attack.
"I'm fine," wrote Barr, 66, on Sunday after tweets claimed she had experienced a medical emergency. "/>
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In a photo accompanying the tweet, Barr is seen in a living room wearing a T-shirt that looks like a corset.
The rumors spread to Twitter after Sputnik News radio host Lee Stranahan's live video on Periscope was interrupted by a phone call from a man who identified himself as Barr's assistant, seeming to seem to have told him about the alleged heart attack to inform.
Barr lay in the last few weeks after the Roseanne spinoff, The Conners, was premiered in October. The hit Roseanne restart was aborted by ABC in May after a racist statement by Barr over former White House White House advisor Valerie Jarrett. In the new series, Roseanne's namesake died of an opiate overdose.
In March, Barr opened a misdiagnosis that she believed was blinded by macular degeneration and glaucoma.
Roseanne Barr thought she would go blind for a whole year ̵
"I went to a new doctor a year ago," Barr said to PEOPLE. "She told me that I have no macular degeneration, but rather a mole inside my eye that is growing and therefore my eyesight is narrowing. Probably next year or so I can get it removed. I have a bad eye, but I do not lose my eyesight. "
" My dad has a macular degeneration, so I thought it was genetic, "she added. "I just accepted it. It was a better diagnosis than some of my friends got. It is not deadly. I have not taken it too badly. "