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Jeremy Renner Hides Reports of Intensive Injury, Reveals He’s Watching The Mayor of Kingstown Premiere With Family: “Outside my brain fog in recovery”

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Jeremy Renner has returned home from the hospital. The Hawkeye fame took to his Twitter to announce this news which assured fans of his recovery. The actor was hospitalized after meeting with a terrible snow plow accident on January 1st. While his tweet assured many fans that Renner is recovering fast, there are also reports that his condition is worse and he is hiding the news of major injuries.

Jeremy Renner
Jeremy Renner

The actor spoke about how he is enjoying the premiere of his Paramount+ series Mayor of Kingstown with his family at home. The whole world was shaken up when The Avengers star met with a terrible accident in his home in Nevada, Reno.

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Jeremy Renner finally returns to his home

The whole world was worried for more than two weeks now, as Renner was hospitalized following a dreadful accident. Renner’s snow-plowing vehicle ran over him as he was trying to help a motorist. Jeremy Renner was airlifted and shifted immediately to a hospital and has undergone several surgeries since.

Jeremy Renner from Hospital bed
Jeremy Renner from Hospital bed

The 52-year-old actor has shared various moments from the hospital to constantly update his fans about his condition. Renner was moved into Intensive Care Unit soon after he was taken to Renown Regional Medical Center. After undergoing various surgeries and intensive treatment, the Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol actor recently tweeted about his return to his family home.

He replied to the main account of the Mayor of Kingstown, the second season of which premiered on Paramount+ just a few days ago. Even though the actor assured his fans, some reports state that his situation is worse and Renner is hiding it.

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Is Jeremy Renner hiding more critical injuries?

Jeremy Renner in Hawkeye
Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye

If some trusted sources are to be believed, then the Marvel superhero has faced some more critical injuries than anyone knows. It was stated that the actor suffered chest injury and his leg was crushed. It is reported that the accident was far more serious and he almost lost his life because of it:

“It’s much worse than anyone knows. Jeremy is very aware of the fact that he almost died out there.”

The source also added that the actor’s head was bleeding heavily and he also suffered breathing problems after suffering a major chest injury.

“He was in a lot of pain and was having difficulty breathing.”

The actor recently put an Instagram story about how he is missing the snowscapes of Reno and Tahoe and also warned his fans to be safe out there.

Jeremy Renner
The story posted by Jeremy Renner

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Jeremy Renner will have to go through more surgeries in the upcoming days. The doctors reported that Renner’s leg will need more treatments and it will take near to two years for him to recover completely. Various of his fans as well as co-stars from the Hollywood industry from both in and out of the Marvel umbrella wished the star a speedy recovery.

Mayor of Kingstown can be streamed on Paramount+.

Source: Twitter

Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. Subham has written more than 450 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English based in Kolkata. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.