The actress has been released from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in LA where she was treated for bloodflow problem.
Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has returned home after refusing a second leg amputation. The ailing movie veteran, 94, was admitted to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 2 after her personal physician detected a bloodflow problem.
Doctors subsequently told Gabor she would need to have her left leg amputated - but she refused the surgery after having had part of her right leg amputated to stop the spread of gangrene in January.
Her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, claimed she has "a 50-50 chance" of surviving for another year if she does not go through with the operation. The ailing actress has been admitted to hospital twice since February this year.