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The Truth About Maci Bookout’s PTSD

The Truth About Maci Bookout's PTSD

According to WRCBtv.com, the facts of the case are dramatic. Police officers responded to a motor vehicle accident when a person ran away from the scene. Brandon Davis fled to a gas station, where all hell broke loose. The 27-year-old allegedly drew a gun and fired three shots at a policeman. The officer then took action and purportedly returned fire, fatally wounding Davis. Nobody else was injured at the scene, at least physically.

Coincidentally, at the time of the shooting incident, Maci Bookout was shooting footage for “Teen Mom OG,” per HITC. On her way to pick up her son Bentley, she stopped at a gas station. Upon hearing the gunshots, the mom-of-three ran to the bathroom because she thought she would be safer there. In the “Teen Mom” video clip, she said, “I didn’t think I was gonna survive,” explaining the reason she decided to call her husband Taylor McKinney rather than 911. She continued, “I literally thought I was going to die.” Taylor wasted no time and rushed to the gas station where the shooting had taken place. He asked the producers to stop filming because of the trauma Maci was going through.

Even though it has been more than a year since the incident, Maci still is experiencing the effects of that fateful night. She suffers from PTSD and is seeking professional help. Here’s what she has said about her mental health since then.

The Truth About Maci Bookout's PTSD
Anurag Reddy
I'm a 29-year-old travel enthusiast, travel and nature photographer, Computer Science graduate, and Mass Communication student. I have seen different shades of life through traveling and lived different lives through reading. With every word I write, I travel within, and I understand myself better. Writing helps me discover myself, and that paved roads for me to choose writing as a profession.
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