LOS ANGELES - Ailing actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has been admitted to hospital again for poor circulation in her left leg, seven weeks after having her right leg partially amputated, her spokesman said Wednesday.
Gabor has "no blood flow" to her left leg, said publicist John Blanchette, after she was taken to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, where she was operated on in mid-January.
It was the latest health woe for 94-year-old Gabor, who was also rushed to hospital at the start of February after coughing up blood, but was later released.
Gabor was partly paralyzed in a car crash in 2002, and suffered a stroke in 2005.
Last July, she was hospitalized after she fell and broke her hip. She underwent hip replacement surgery but suffered more complications, including a blood clot for which she had more surgery.
During another hospital stay in August, she called in a priest to administer last rites, then left the hospital a day later insisting that she wanted to be back home.
"This has been a long, tough road since 2002, when she had (the) accident that originally disabled her," her spokesman said Wednesday. "She has never been able to walk and her health has spiraled down."
Gabor's long career includes spots in a dozen films and TV series, including John Huston's 1952 "Moulin Rouge" and the 1958 film noir "Touch of Evil" by Orson Welles. She also lent her voice to several animated films and TV series.
But the platinum blonde is especially known for her flamboyant lifestyle, legal troubles, nine marriages and a propensity to call just about everyone "darling" with her distinctive accent.