Serene Branson, reporter who slurred words at Grammys, posts on Twitter (video)

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On Tuesday, Serene Branson, the Los Angeles on-air reporter who began to speak incoherently while reporting on the Grammy Awards Sunday night, posted messages to her Twitter account.

Branson tweeted Tuesday “I am not in the hospital. Please stop these rumors. Thank you.”

She also wrote “…the thing that matters to me the most… my family :-) have an amazing day everyone!”

The day after Branson was seen on live television beginning her report from Sunday night Grammy Awards with, “Well, a very heavy burtation tonight…” followed by a number of incoherent utterances, KCBS said in a statement that she was immediately examined by paramedics at the scene.

“Her vital signs were normal. She was not hospitalized. As a precautionary measure, a colleague gave her a ride home and she says she is feeling fine this morning,” said the statement.

Branson also followed-up with a doctor Monday, undergoing some medical examinations, according to KCBS. The station also noted that “Serene thanks everyone for their concern and good wishes and hopes to be back on the air very soon.”

Several physicians have appeared publicly to speculate on what caused Branson’s inability to form comprehensible words, saying she may have experienced any number of things including a stroke, a transient ischemic attack or mini stroke, a seizure, or even a migraine attack.

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