Usher's stepson likely to be taken off life support after insurance money drains out

Usher's stepson likely to be taken off life support after insurance money drains out

Atlanta : GA : USA | Jul 16, 2012 at 12:26 AM PDT
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Singer Usher's stepson, Kyle Glover, had a terrible accident at Lake Lanier last week and has been on life support since then. He will reportedly be taken off the support when the insurance money runs dry.

Usher's stepson and the real son of Tameka Raymond may have to leave this world in August, as he will likely be taken off life support. Raymond will have to face the toughest decision of her life, as the insurance money to cover up the medical expenditures of her son will run dry in August and they will have to pull the plug on the life support.

Kyle Glover, Usher's stepson and Tameka's son, got hit by a jet-ski last week as he was at Lake Lanier with his friends and family. After being taken to the hospital, doctors declared him brain dead.

According to some news reports, Tameka cannot afford to keep Glover on life support herself and the insurance company which is supporting him will stop financing him in August. Even though Usher has been very supportive of his ex-wife during this tough time, he has not shown his willingness to support her financially after hearing what the doctors had to say about Glover's state. After a full examination, doctors reported that Kyle Glover would not come back to his senses ever.

Despite the bleak predictions of doctors, Tameka is still hopeful and is waiting for a miracle. According to close sources, Tameka believes that her son will be saved by a last-minute miracle, and for that reason the family is still continuing with the life support. Usher's stepson has been on life support for more than a week.

The accident took place more than a week back at Lake Lanier in Atlanta. Kyle Glover had gone to the lake with friends and family and was floating in inner tubes, along with a female companion, when the jet-ski came and hit them. Glover took the brunt of the force, but the girl was also badly injured. The jet-ski was being driven by Usher's family friend, but the whole episode was ruled as an accident.

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