Roseanne Barr denies the claims that she suffered a heart attack.
"I'm fine," Barr, 66, tweeted early Sunday after tweets that claim he had a medical emergency went viral.
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In a photo that accompanies the tweet, you can see Barr standing in a room while wearing a shirt designed to look like a corset.
The rumors spread on Twitter after Sputnik News, presenter of radio of the live video of Periscope Lee Stranahan was interrupted by a call from a man who identified himself as Barr's assistant, apparently informing him about the alleged heart attack.
Barr has been going down in the last weeks after the Roseanne cleave, The Conners, It premiered in October. The hit Roseanne The restart was canceled by ABC in May after a racist comment made by Barr about Obama's former White House adviser, Valerie Jarrett. In the new series, the homonymous character of Roseanne died of an overdose of opiates.
In March, Barr spoke about a misdiagnosis that led her to believe that she was going blind due to macular degeneration and glaucoma.
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"I went to a new doctor about a year ago," Barr told PEOPLE. "She told me that I do not have macular degeneration, but a mole inside my eye that is growing, and that is why my vision is narrowing." Probably in the next year or so I can eliminate it. I have bad eyesight, but I'm not losing my sight. "
"My father has macular degeneration, so I thought it was genetic," he added. "I just accepted it, it was a much better diagnosis than some of my friends, it's not mortal, I did not take it so badly."