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Melanie Brown's daughter hospitalised after severe nose bleed

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Jan 16, 2014 | 4:16am EST

Melanie Brown's daughter was taken to hospital on Wednesday (15Jan14) with a mystery illness. The former Spice Girls singer's middle child, Angel, whose father is comic Eddie Murphy, suffered a severe nose bleed at the family's home in Los Angeles and was rushed to a nearby hospital to be checked by doctors. Brown reveals the six year old underwent a battery of tests, but physicians don't yet know what caused the bleed. Speaking to her co-hosts on her morning Australian radio show, which she hosts from L.A., Brown explains, "This morning's been a little bit crazy because my six year old, Angel, was feeling not very well yesterday, she was a little bit dizzy and had her first nose bleed, so I kept her off school. "And then this morning she woke up feeling completely disoriented, and blood was just funnelling out of her nose like no tomorrow. So I rushed her to the emergency room, I just literally left there like half an hour ago. She had a blood test, a heart murmur thing on... poor little thing! "(The doctors) don't know (what's wrong with Angel), they've just done a bunch of blood tests so we're just waiting for that stuff to come back. But they're thinking it's either some kind of a heart murmur or a vessel infection or sinus infection. A lot is going on!"

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