Danger was on Psychiatric Hold, And it Had to do with her Newborn Baby

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Freaks, News

Monica Danger from the first season of VH1’s “For the Love of Ray J” was in a psychiatric hold earlier this month after an incident that involved her newborn daughter.

Apparently, the reality star had a bad case of postpartum depression, resulting in some personal problems. As a result, she  spent a week in a psychiatric hospital in Northern California.

People became concerned about her when she suddenly shaved off her hair after an argument with her baby’s father. Bossip has learned that she is out of the hospital and doing fine. Damn, we knew she was psycho but…

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  • keino


  • http://www.gravatar.com *LoVELY*

    ewww……all of these reality show hollywood folks need help

  • http://blackstar69.com BlackStar69


  • Alrighty Then...

    And she’s pregnant again… these lil yamps are sickening to me…

  • resurrected

    As we see some of the prettiest woman are starting to go crazy, also pretty does not make you functional either..

  • 2dimplzs

    Post partum depression is serious and it’s real. This girl had issues before the baby and having a baby with the hormones raging like they do only heightened her emotional instabiliy. I hope she continues to get the help she needs and I hope she has supportive family and friends around her because she needs it.

    I only hope it’s a rumor that she’s pregnant again. Lord help her and the babies!!!! SMH!!!!

  • keish

    OH NO!! AND SHE’S PREGNANT AGAIN!!! Please tell me that she didn’t get pregnant by someone from the psychiatric ward!😦

  • ♥Kami All Day ♥ (Haters give me Promo.....)

    The people they allow to procreate.


    I understandn postpartum depression and all; and arguably, it is a real issue that happens to many women, BUT….to get pregnant again (if its true) is more like being irresponsible. Take care of yourself and your first born first BEFORE having another one.

    B*tch must not be that crazy to open up her legs again.

  • Re

    That postpartum stuff is scary…I hope after I have my first child (God-willing) I have enough support to keep me going…

    …wait, what am I saying? I hope I NEVER get that stuff.

  • resurrected

    I remember when Oprah had a show about postpartum and depression surrounding having children and she state that when you are pregnant and you life is out of order in many way you will most likey be drepressed… She was saying if you the child father is not getting along, if you are financially not in the best situation, or if your home life is not stable it makes it hard to connect with the child because you have so much to deal with and the baby is another big responsibliity that you are not ready for can make a new mother depress at all that is before her…

  • MochaDreams

    I’m so sick of these ghetto broads getting all this shine time. Why are these trashy tricks even allowed on television in the first place? Anyway, that crazy trollup better not do anything to that baby!

  • http:chokolatemilk.blogspot.com Choco

    No disrespect but what does pretty have to do with it—

    It’s unfortunate that she suffered from post partum I hope she gets better and her and her daughter have a happy healthy relationship-Tho I think Monica has the capacity to relapse from other pain and suffering she is going thru…the last thing she wants is to loose her baby…

  • Fashionized Diva

    i’m scared for that baby!!

  • $ Get cha Weight Up (You STILL makin' that??) $


    What’s up ladies?? Okay….I changed my screen name and pic (again). Had to put to rest Kami All Day.


    Plus, I gotta let ya’ll know who it because…I dont know….there isnt a reason. I was just bored! LOL

  • $ Get cha Weight Up (You STILL makin' that??) $

    My bad….typos.

    I didnt want ya’ll to be like who the hell is this person gettin’ at me?? LOL

    I think my pic is the same though.

  • http:chokolatemilk.blogspot.com Choco

    What’s up Ma you are crazy girl LOL I was like okay that must be Kami – I can dig it tho-change can be a good thing : )

  • Miss All That!!

    Danger is a beautiful woman..

  • $ Get cha Weight Up (You STILL makin' that??) formerly Kami All Day


    I’m aight, just bored as all get out! I’m wasting time until this girl comes over to my desk so I can train her. Ugh. Some days you just want to be left alone. Ya know?

    And today is one of those days!

  • Ms. J

    Clearly she’s mentally ill. I feel so sorry for the baby. Danger is a classic example of people who shouldn’t have children, and should get her tubes tied.

  • MizASterling

    So, naturally the logical thing to do is to get pregnant again. This girl is loose. I feel sorry for her daughter, and and her unborn, because not only will she stress out her daughter, post partum is a least 1000 times worse when you get pregnant so close to the last birth.



  • http:chokolatemilk.blogspot.com Choco

    I know how it is keep it light and easy don’t know what to advise as far as having to talk and train when you really don’t feel like being bothered-give her some notes to read and tell her to figure out the rest LOL..

  • Alrighty Then...

    She was PYSCHO before she had the baby! It’s no wonder she suffers from post-partum depression! She was suffering from pre (and post) pregnancy CRAZY anyway…
    Let’s keep it real. Just cause she’s beautiful means nothing. She’s a nut case.

  • Allergic to Ignorance and Stupidity

    Depression is nothing to joke about and post parteum depression is a very real, dangerous disease.

    The fact that she may or may not be pregnant again is also a matter of concern.

    But I will not call her crazy, or anything else. It is time people started taking depression seriously and not call people names for getting HELP. Depression should be treated just like cancer, diabetes, the flu..people are ill and they need medicine.

  • KeepNit2Real

    I like her wit the short hair….lil hairy fine self…


    BRITTNAY NUMBER 2222222 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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