OnlyFans star suffers heart attack after trying TikTok trend

OnlyFans star suffers heart attack after trying TikTok trend

An OnlyFans star suffered a heart attack after attempting to try a TikTok trend, with the victim claiming that the effects of the trend can be terrible and even deadly.

OnlyFans star suffers heart attack after trying TikTok trend

A model and exotic dancer, says she suffered a heart attack after a dangerous new trend in Tktok.

Briatney Portillo, 20, swallowed a spoonful of dry workout powder before hitting the gym in what is known as the “dry spoon craze.”

Some proponents of the trend claim the practice boosts “energizing” benefits, although Portillo has shown that the effects in reality can be terrible and even life-threatening.

When he continued with his exercise routine, he said, “I started to feel a heavy feeling in my chest and a slight ache, but it wasn’t that bad.

I thought maybe it was a scare or a strong panic attack, so I decided to ignore it and continue with my workout.”

“The chest pain started to renew, although I was still left and dizzy, so went home to shower.

The chest pains began to subside, although I was still feeling nauseous and dizzy, so I went home to shower.

The decision that he could go to work as a performer in a strip club soon brought him to his worst.

As Portillo prepared for her striptease, her body prepared to have a heart attack.

“I started sweating a lot and was very soaked, even though I was wearing a bikini,” she told Buzzfeed.

“Then the chest pain came back and this time it was more intense. The pain went to my back and my left arm and my left arm went away a little bit, so I knew it was symptoms of a heart attack.”

At that point, she realized it was time to call 911 and was soon rushed to the hospital.

OnlyFans star suffers heart attack after trying TikTok trend

After a series of tests, the healthcare staff determined that she had suffered a less harmful form of heart attack, known as a NSTEMI.

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