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Louis Gossett, Jr., 84, LEAVES Georgia hospital ‘out of fear’ despite being sick with COVID-19

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Louis Gossett, Jr., 84, LEAVES Georgia hospital ‘out of fear’ despite being sick with COVID-19

Oscar winner Louis Gossett, Jr., 84, LEAVES Georgia hospital ‘out of fear’ despite being severely sick with COVID-19 

Oscar winner Louis Gossett, Jr. reportedly left a Georgia hospital on Tuesday ‘out of fear’ despite being so sick with COVID-19 he ‘couldn’t even stand.’

Hospital staff ‘begged’ the 84-year-old actor to remain there but after a couple of days he was ‘freaked out by the wave of deaths’ in his ward, according to TMZ.

‘Please wear masks, social distance, isolate, pray and listen within. We cannot survive without one another,’ Louis told the outlet.

Bolted! Oscar winner Louis Gossett, Jr. reportedly left a Georgia hospital on Tuesday ‘out of fear’ despite being so sick with COVID-19 he ‘couldn’t even stand’ (pictured February 23)

Gossett, Jr. is now recovering at home with his son, but family and friends are urging fans to send ‘personal messages of healing and love’ via the hashtag #LoveLettertToLou.

The Brooklyn-born star famously won a best supporting actor Academy Award for his portrayal of tough-as-nails Sargeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman opposite Richard Gere in 1982.

Louis is also well known for his Emmy-winning performancce as Fiddler in the ABC television miniseries Roots back in 1977.

Iconic: The 84-year-old actor famously won a best supporting actor Academy Award for his portrayal of tough-as-nails Sargeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman opposite Richard Gere in 1982.

Iconic: The 84-year-old actor famously won a best supporting actor Academy Award for his portrayal of tough-as-nails Sargeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman opposite Richard Gere in 1982.

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