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Comedian starts VOMITING outside her insurance company’s office after being denied treatment

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A comedian found a very unorthodox way to retaliate against her insurance company after being denied funding to treat her chronic vomiting illness… by showing the effects of the condition and throwing up just outside her offices.

Sandy Hoing, 29, of New York City, caught her puking outside her insurance company’s local headquarters after refusing to pay for treatment for gastroparesis, a condition in which your stomach is partially paralyzed and unable to empty itself normally, causing chronic vomiting.

And while it’s not the traditional way to claim denied treatment coverage, Sandy felt she had no other options.

Sandy, best known for her role on the show Three Busy Debras who took to YouTube to record herself repeatedly swinging outside an Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield office in hopes of appealing the decision.

Sandy Hoing, 29, a New York comedian, took to YouTube to share a video of her puking all over the place while confronting her insurance company

Sandy decided to throw her guts in the parking lot after her insurance company Anthem refused to cover her gastroparesis procedure

Sandy decided to throw her guts in the parking lot after her insurance company Anthem refused to cover her gastroparesis procedure

Gastroparesis is a condition where your stomach is partially paralyzed and unable to empty food normally, causing you to vomit constantly

Gastroparesis is a condition where your stomach is partially paralyzed and unable to empty food normally, causing you to vomit constantly

The comedian said she urgently needs treatment for her condition, which makes her throw up “almost everything” she eats.

A popular treatment option is a Botox injection into the pyloric sphincter, the muscle that connects the stomach to the small intestine.

And while Hong claimed the treatment was medically necessary, Anthem denied reporting the procedure, which resulted in a vomit-filled protest outside their office.

In the showdown video, which garnered more than 20,500 views, Sandy shows her make her way into the company’s Los Angeles headquarters and even attempt to enter the building, but is quickly denied because she “does not have an employee badge.” ‘.

Despite not being able to vomit her guts in an insurance agent’s office, Sandy made sure the message was still loud and clear by puking into the envelope of the letter she’d addressed to Anthem.

“Nobody would take my letter, but they said I could send it with all the relevant documentation,” she says in the video before throwing in the envelope.

Sandy even spoke to two different people outside who were desperately trying to find someone to work at the insurance company, and while she couldn’t find an Anthem employee, she still left quite the impression.

While she was in the middle of her conversations, Sandy burped and threw her guts up, leading to one man driving away and another screaming, “Oh my god.”

The comedian said she urgently needs treatment for her condition that makes her throw up 'almost everything' she eats

The comedian said she urgently needs treatment for her condition that makes her throw up ‘almost everything’ she eats

Sandy even spoke to people outside to find someone who worked at the insurance company, and even though she didn't find an Anthem employee, she still left quite the impression

Sandy even spoke to people outside to find someone who worked at the insurance company, and even though she didn’t find an Anthem employee, she still left quite the impression

After trying to appeal her insurance company's decision, Anthem sent LAPD to her home for a wellness checkup

After trying to appeal her insurance company’s decision, Anthem sent LAPD to her home for a wellness checkup

Sandy shared her video on Twitter and after she caught the attention of social media, Anthem reached out and again refused to cover the proceedings

Sandy shared her video on Twitter and after she caught the attention of social media, Anthem reached out and again refused to cover the proceedings

Breaking the Condition That Made Sandy Throw Out Her Guts: What Is Gastroparesis?

  • According to Mayo Clinic, gastroparesis is a condition that affects the normal spontaneous movement of the muscles in your stomach.
  • If you have gastroparesis, your stomach’s motility is slowed down or doesn’t work at all, preventing your stomach from emptying properly.
  • Signs and symptoms of gastroparesis include vomiting, abdominal bloating, vomiting undigested food eaten a few hours before, and acid reflux.
  • Gastroparesis is not a common disease; only 100,000 people, about 10 men and about 40 women have gastroparesis.

In response to her attempt to message her about her puke, Anthem called the LAPD, who came to Sandy’s house for a health check.

In the video, she says: “It was such a nice surprise to have two men armed with guns and batons visit my own house.

“It’s nice to know that even if you don’t give me the care I need, you still care.”

Sandy even shared a glimpse of the police report that contained the words “poss 5150,” a police term used to describe someone being involuntarily placed in a psychiatric hold.

It also said “A wellness check performed” and the phone number for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.

When Sandy shared her video and experience on Twitter, Anthem responded, asking them to email them so that a rep could “look at this.”

And it seemed like Sandy’s hurlfest was working when the company said they’re “feeling awful” and “looking at it,” but less than two hours later, Sandy revealed she got a call from an employee who again told her the procedure wasn’t over. medically necessary.

“I think now is the time to admit it IS cosmetic.

“I just turned 30 and want the inside of my belly to look younger,” she tweeted jokingly.

Twitter users have responded to Sandy’s vomfest by calling the insurance company “bad” for not covering her procedure.

Twitter users have responded to Sandy's vomfest by calling the insurance company 'bad' for not covering her procedure

Twitter users have responded to Sandy’s vomfest by calling the insurance company ‘bad’ for not covering her procedure

Twitter users have responded to Sandy’s vomfest by calling the insurance company “bad” for not covering her procedure.

“It’s just so bad. They shouldn’t be able to mess with people’s lives like that,” said one user.

Another user added: ‘Shoutout to @AnthemBCBS for likely violating HIPPA by reporting you to the police because of a medical profession. We have a cool and good society.’

“The only good thing about this disease is the puke on demand, congratulations,” one user wrote.

Another user commented, “If you work for an insurance company… quit it. Or at least secretly hatch a plan to take them down from the inside.”

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