A well-known American actor, Tom Sizemore has been embroiled in numerous controversies throughout his career. One of the most significant incidents occurred in 2003 when he was convicted of beating and threatening his ex-girlfriend, Heidi Fleiss, who was also a former “Hollywood Miss.”

As a result, he was sentenced to six months in prison and required to pay $50,000 for his bail. After serving his sentence, Sizemore faced more legal trouble when he was arrested for violating his probation in a drug-related case.

He used a fake prosthetic device in an attempt to cheat drug tests and failed numerous drug tests. He was eventually sentenced to 16 months in prison. Despite these legal issues, Sizemore has had relationships with several women, including Juliette Lewis, Heidi Fleiss, Mazine Entwistle, and Janelle Mclntire.

His last girlfriend was Janelle, with whom he shared two children. They became parents in 2005 with the birth of their first son, Jayden, followed by their second child. However, their relationship was short-lived and they broke up in 2006.

Sizemore was married only once, in 1996, to American actor Marve Quinlan. The couple only spent a year together before deciding to split for unknown reasons. They eventually divorced in 1999.

Despite his difficult personal life, Sizemore is recognized as one of the most talented actors in Hollywood. He received critical acclaim for his performances in movies like ‘War’, ‘Saving Private Ryan’ and ‘Black Hawk Down’. He has also appeared in numerous TV shows, including ‘Hawaii Five-O’ and ‘Shooter’.

Tom Sizemore was hospitalized

Recently, Tom Seizure suffered a brain aneurysm caused by a stroke at his home in Los Angeles. He was later admitted to a hospital. Yet his condition does not improve; in early February his condition deteriorated and there are no signs and treatments showing his improvement as he remains in a coma.

After he was hospitalized, his manager, Charles Lago, publicly shared details about his health condition in a statement “Tom is in intensive care in the hospital due to a brain aneurysm (sic),” Lago said. “He is currently in critical condition and it remains to be seen.”

He later adds in his statement that there is no more hope for his life, doctors told them and they have recommended a decision on the end of his life as he remains in critical condition and suffering severe pain in the Hopital.

He later shared his further statement: “We ask for privacy for his family during this difficult time and they would like to thank everyone for the hundreds of messages of support and prayers received. This has been a difficult time for them.”