ZELDA RUBINSTEIN TAKEN OFF LIFE SUPPORT

Zelda Rubinstein


Hollywood actress Zelda Rubinstein, who starred in Director Steven Spielberg's Poltergeist, has been taken off a life support machine. The 76-year-old star has spent more than a month at Los Angeles California Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where two of her major organs failed. The decision has since been made to turn off Rubinstein's life support machine, according to RadarOnline.com. A friend of the star tells the website, "Her lungs and kidneys have failed and she's in and out of consciousness. It's only a matter of time now - she doesn't have long to live."
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