Aligning your chakras can be dangerous business, you guys. Just ask Spencer Wolff, the man currently suing Alec Baldwin's wife-slash-mother of his future child, Hilaria Baldwin (formally Thomas). Hilaria has been teaching the art of yoga to Manhattanites downtown since 2005 at Yoga Vida, but it turns out that sometimes, a little downward dog might be bad for your health.
At least when you're in an overcrowded yoga studio, as Wolff learned. In a suit submitted to the Manhattan Supreme Court on Friday, Wolff recounts that several factors resulted in his sustaining a serious foot injury. Namely the overcrowded state of the class, Hilaria's general "negligence" and her request that students "perform a dangerous activity at a wall." It is reported that upon attempting a handstand against a wall, Wolff's foot went through the studio's glass window, where he sustained "serious" and "severe" injuries, as well as "emotional upset" from the proceedings. Sounds like someone definitely did not reach their Samadhi (also known as bliss for us non-yogis) that day. All he wanted was a little namaste, and instead, he had a very bad day.
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