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According to some sources, some fans of the 'Fashion Police' star send death threats to the clinic following news that she stopped breathing during a throat procedure.
The 'Fashion Police' host passed away surrounded by family and close friends, a week after being hospitalized.
Officials at health department say that they are currently 'reviewing the matter,' but they have not launched an investigation into the case.
Joan's daughter, Melissa Rivers, reveals her mother has been transferred into a private room and is being 'kept comfortable.'
Melissa Rivers confirms her mother is hooked on machines to survive but denies rumor that she is brought out of coma.
The E! show has canceled the taping that was scheduled to take place in New York this week as the comedienne is brought out of induced coma.
A source close to the comedian's family assures fans that the 'Fashion Police' star is 'on the road to recovery' and tells people not to 'believe all this ridiculous speculation.'
A source close to the comedian's family claims that 'shock and upset is turning to anger, and they are looking for someone to blame' following her serious condition.
Joan's daughter Melissa Rivers says, 'We are keeping our fingers crossed' while thanking fans and friends for the continued love and support.
The latest report suggests the 'Fashion Police' host is dependent on the machines to stay alive as her daughter says her condition 'remain serious.'
Melissa Rivers says her mother 'would be so touched by the tributes and prayers' as she gives update on the older Rivers' condition.
The 'Fashion Police' host's condition has been upgraded to stable after being rushed to hospital following cardiac and respiratory arrest during a throat surgery.
The 'Fashion Police' host is transferred from a New York clinic where she underwent a throat surgery to a hospital in the Big Apple.
In a recent episode of 'Fashion Police', Joan criticized the dress Lea wore at 2014 Teen Choice Awards, saying she's like 'porn star' who did 'amputee gang bangs.'
The outspoken comedian previously was captured on camera making comments about Palestinians who died in the ongoing conflicts with Israel, saying they 'deserve to be dead.'