In shocking news, "Little Women: LA" star Christy McGinity shared that while having neck surgery she actually suffered from a Stroke. Reality Tea shared the details about what happened to her. The new season of "Little Women: LA" just started back on Lifetime last night.

Christy reveals what happened to her

Back in November of 2016, Christy had surgery done on her neck and actually suffered from a stroke during the surgery. She is still suffering from this stroke that she had months ago. Christy has been through a rough time lately, and this just adds to it for her.

Now months after her surgery happened, Christy is speaking out and saying, "I am not the same, and may never be. Every day is an uphill battle to do things in my life that I took for granted, like speaking." The fans will get to see how she is doing on this season of the show and hopefully get a few more details from her on what went down.

Right now, Christy is focusing on trying to take care of her family, but she does have a lot of help from multiple therapists. She is doing what she can to get herself to feeling better. Christy doesn't seem to be getting any help from the girls on the show either. There is always drama with these women and it just doesn't look like that is getting any better right now.

It makes for great television but makes it hard when McGinity could just use someone to help her out and be on her side during this hard time.

This news also came out at the same time that "Little Women: LA" star Terra Jole says that she is battling health issues and that she could have cancer. She also said that she just fast forwards through Christy most of the time.

This makes it pretty obvious that she isn't going to be reaching out to help her anytime soon. A lot of the women on this show are dealing with their own health issues.

Are you shocked to hear about Christy McGinity's stroke? Are you excited that "Little Women: LA" is back again? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Little Women: LA" on Lifetime on Tuesday nights.