Howie Mandel Recounts Wife’s Scary Encounter with Cannabis Gummies in Vegas

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Revered comedian and co-host of “America’s Got Talent,” Howie Mandel, recently recounted a harrowing tale about a frightening incident involving his wife, Terry Mandel, during their stay on the glimmering strip of Las Vegas. Sharing his story with unflinching honesty, Howie narrated how his wife of 40 years and loving companion ended up lying in her own blood following a mishap related to an overpierce indulgence in cannabis-infused gummies.

Located in the very heart of the sin city, the renowned Fontainebleau Hotel was their choice of accommodations in February. It was here that the incident occurred; the restless evening transitioned from a casual night of reveling to a moment filled with apprehensive dread and overflowing blood.

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Terry had unknowingly taken one too many of the cannabis gummies and, desiring some rest, retired for the night. Later, she rose in her tagged state, stumbled and met a brutal encounter with the wall of their opulent hotel room, resulting in a gruesome injury.

Appearing on “Live with Kelly and Mark,” Howie provided a more detailed account of their ordeal, curiously deciding to bypass the cannabis-rooted society of the chronicles. According to him, Terry had maybe been a bit “too tipsy” that night due to their festivities. To his immense surprise, she took a tumble, resulting in her head hitting the wainscoting before ultimately crashing to the floor, leading to a broken cheek.

Howie, known for his candid talk about his struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorder, awoke to the sounds of the calamitous fall. As he turned on the light, he was greeted with a sight that sends shivers of terror down anyone’s spine, let alone an individual wired to anticipate the worst.

He described the traumatic vision to the show’s hosts, speaking with somber depth, “You could actually see her skull…it opened up. I freaked out.”

The audience became witnesses to the severity of Terry’s injuries when Howie unveiled a shocking photograph showing a vivid bruising and deep lacerations, marking her previously unblemished forehead and eye.

Seizing control of the situation, Howie quickly moved Terry back onto their bed and attempted to control the overwhelming cascade of blood with the available towels. Meanwhile, Terry, still conscious, asked him to fetch ice, leaving him flustered and spiraling in chaos.

In the ensuing panic, Howie reached out to the hotel security, urging them to call 911. Contrarily, the security demanded to investigate the situation firsthand and were at their door in no time at all. Mysteriously, however, the local 911 services were never contacted.

Howie then seized the responsibility upon himself to drive Terry to the closest hospital. Once there, Terry shared her distress over being unable to see from her left eye. The doctor, assessing the situation, calmly instructed, “Just take the sheet off your face.”

In spite of the whirlwind of terror and bloodshed, the tale found its closure on a comforting note. Beaming with profound relief and gratitude, Howie expressed, “She is absolutely perfect. There is not a scar. She is beautiful.” It seems, in spite of the ordeal, both Howie and Terry Mandel found their resilience, emerging stronger from this unexpected Las Vegas memory.