This comes after the 23-year-old model opened up about her secret health battle last month.
It looks like Delilah Belle Hamlin is hoping to find a very unique gift under the Christmas tree.
In a recent video for TikTok, the model – who revealed a secret health battle last month – said she wants her parents, Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, to “pay for shock therapy” at Christmas.
As shown in the short clip, which has since been deleted, “Jingle Bell Rock” plays in the background as Delilah, 23, looks into the camera – then turns away – while the phrase “Unreal things I want for Christmas… For my parents to pay for my trauma treatment “it can be seen above her head.
TwoFab has reached out to Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin’s representatives for comment.
Hamlin also shared another video on TikTok in which she appeared to be mocking her mental struggles. In the clip, which is still active on her profile, Delilah lip-synced her TikTok voice that said, “I’m so sorry I’ve been acting weird for the past several months. I’ve been struggling mentally.” At the end of the video, Hamlin, who was lying in bed in the clip, raised a peace sign before sticking her tongue out and rolling her eyes.
Delilah’s video comes just over a month after she spoke about her own health battle. In a nearly 30-minute video, Hamlin shares that she’s been going through a series of medical issues over the past year — and she believes the Covid vaccine may have caused a number of autoimmune diseases in her body.
Delilah, whose dog could be heard snoring on her bed in the background throughout the entire video, began: “This is going to be heavy…I’m going to start telling my story.”
“So it’s scary to do that because I’ve already been asked Not To be told my story by someone close to me, I continued. “Basically at the beginning of the year, I’d say February and March, when I got the Covid-19 vaccine. And in no way am I saying I’m anti-vaccine because I’m totally not. I just didn’t know enough about it. Why nobody.”
Soon after she got Moderna’s second shot, she said she started having nasty panic attacks — explaining that it wasn’t like anything he’d been through before.
“I wasn’t aware that the vaccine would cause an autoimmune response in my body to basically explode and cause some autoimmune disease that I didn’t know I had,” she claimed. Hamlin later clarified that she knows her health problems are “not all from the vaccine,” but instead “essential things” she thinks the vaccine has caused. “I’m not a doctor, but that’s my theory,” she added, never attributing her belief to any of the many doctors she spoke with or backed her claims with any medical support.
Among the issues she has faced since the beginning of the year: migraines, panic attacks, PANDAS (children’s autoimmune neurological disorders associated with streptococcal infection), obsessive-compulsive disorder, an outbreak of Epstein-Barr virus that led to chronic fatigue and body aches, SIBO (or overgrowth) small intestinal bacteria) in her intestines and five different diseases transmitted by ticks. She also reported that she had been diagnosed with encephalitis, which prevented her from drinking or flying, and led to a number of seizures.
Delilah went on to say that she started seeing a psychiatrist for help with her panic attacks – and she blamed him for “overprescribing” Xanax. She claimed to have been given the beta-blocker propranolol and her “overdose” after taking Benadryl at the same time. “I ended up in the hospital,” she added.
According to Hamlin at the time, she had recently checked into a comprehensive treatment facility for her dependence on Xanax in Arizona, claiming that “her body was dependent on it because of the amount my doctor prescribed.”
While Delilah felt she was making progress during the three weeks she was there and “reduced my Xanax use a lot,” she claimed her seizures got so bad that she was asked to leave the facility. “Unfortunately, I thought there was a medical risk,” she said, explaining that one day her “legs had just decided not to work” and she fell and hit her head and suffered a concussion. “That’s when they were like, ‘You’re in medical danger,'” she said. “They said, ‘We are not a medical facility. The seizures scare us.'”
In closing the video, Hamlin made it clear that she’s sharing her story in the hope that others will not only be able to connect with her, but perhaps make any recommendations for specialists or treatments.
A few days later, Delilah’s mother, Lisa Rinna, released a statement on her Instagram Story. “Thank you to all the angels who have reached out, shared their stories, and sent their love and prayers, we are grateful to all of you for your help and guidance!!” I participated.
Back in 2019, Hamlin stated that she had attended rehab twice in the previous year and had sought treatment for anxiety and depression.