It has been a very long hard road over the last 7 months Robbie has had 7 surgeries on his leg so far. We had to find a house to rent in Florida to be close to his team of doctors. The last few months have been really hard financial with moving into a home and paying out of pocket for parts of his treatment.
Robbie went to the doctors today and left with an appointment for Friday to amputate his leg. This is one of the hardest things. Robbie has fought so hard to keep his leg but the truth is his leg has been doomed since the moment the rope broke.
We have no idea what’s going to happen down this road but it seems as if we have ran out of options.
It kills us to have to ask for help. But honestly, we are kind of screwed right now and we risk falling behind on all of our bills and our rent. We were finally starting to dig ourselves out of the hole that this injury put us in and now it looks like we’re going to get buried again.
I know it’s the holiday season and everyone is pushing their budgets as it. But if you could donate anything it will help us out so much. If you can’t, that’s okay too and we love you guys no matter what!
As some of you may know, Robbie had a horrible accident last night during his suspension in Kansas City. He fell and suffered a compound fracture to his tib and fib, and shattered his ball joint!
He will have to stay in the hospital in Kansas City, for weeks. We will have to stay close by, as Robbie has multiple surgeries ahead of him. He will have to be here for physical therapy, which is what's keeping us here long term.
With that being said, we are going to have to cancel Robbie's upcoming conventions and appointments for one to three months. This is a pretty big setback to us personally, and The Rad Movement.
There are a few people helping us get fundraisers organized and selling our Rad Movement merch at the Kansas City Tattoo Arts Convention. Any help is appreciated more than you know!
We just wanted to say Thank You to everyone who is reaching out and helping out. It's keeping us both in good spirits.
This money is not going toward hospital bills, there should be insurance covering that, but for the bills and expenses of daily life.
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