Former Tennis Champ Jennifer Capriati Hospitalized in Suspected Overdose
Former teenage tennis star, Jennifer Capriati, has been hospitalized with a suspected overdose, according to reports.
TMZ has learned that Jennifer was rushed to the hospital early this morning after paramedics responded to a call for a possible overdose.
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Sources tell the Web site the call came from a hotel in Riviera Beach, FL. Jennifer was transported to a nearby hospital. Her father tells TMZ that she's recovering well.
Jennifer, 34, won 14 career titles including three Grand Slams and a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics after turning professional at just 13 years old.
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When the tennis ace, who was nicknamed the Can't Miss Kid, was 15, she was rumored to be worth $10 million in endorsements.