The grandson of the late music legend is treated in Downey Regional Medical Center and now 'doing okay.'
The grandson of late music legend Frank Sinatra has been hospitalized in California following an alleged suicide attempt. The emergency services were called to the home of Frank Sinatra, Jr.'s son, who is also named Frank, in Downey, California in response to a 911 call.
Sinatra, 32, is said to have been conscious while he was tended to by paramedics and taken to the Downey Regional Medical Center. A family source is said to have told TMZ.com that the hospitalization followed an alleged "suicide attempt".
No other information about Sinatra's condition was available as WENN went to press.
A woman in Frank Sinatra Jr.'s hospital room, who identified herself as "Aunt Dorothy," only said that the man "is doing okay. He had a big setback." The woman added, "Let's just say it's very similar to what his father went through with Ava Gardner. He's been having a very tough time. He's doing better now. We think he'll pull through."