Rod Stewart’s Son Sean, 42, Hospitalized After Being Hit By Truck: ‘Hard Out Here On These Streets’
Rod Stewartthe son of Sean Stewart, 42, was hospitalized after being “hit by a truck” on October 24. Sean wears a yellow neck brace, a mask and a hospital gown in a selfie he shared on Instagram Story his to inform his followers about What happened. “I was hit by a truck at a red light. It’s hard here on these streets, “former Children of Hollywood star wrote.
Sean updated on how he did the next day with a new selfie of himself lying in bed next to his dog. “Still a lot of pain but having my best friend #doggydoctor by my side,” Sean wrote. Rod’s son, 77 years old, and Alana Stewart77 years old, appears to be resting at home in the more recent photo.
Sean is the oldest of Rod’s eight children with five women. Sean is a musician like his father, and is best known for appearing on the reality television series A&E Network. Children of Hollywood in 2007. He previously dated RHOBA alum Adrienne Maloof in 2013 and was most recently romantically linked to The hills star Audriana Patridge.
Sean’s hospitalization comes less than a year after Sean and Rod caused a stir for evading jail time. The duo is said to have pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of simple battery use, but not any jail terms, following an incident that occurred with a security guard in Florida on New Year’s Eve 2019. Rod and Sean allegedly got into a fight with a security guard when the family was not allowed to attend an NYE event in a designated children’s area. At the time, witnesses told Palm Beach Police that Sean shoved the security guard to keep them out and Rod continued by punching the security guard in the ribs.
“No one was injured in the incident and the jury found Sir Rod Stewart not guilty of the charges,” Rod’s attorney said. Guy Fronstin said in a statement to HollywoodLife on the outcome of the case in December 2021. “Instead, Sir Rod Stewart has decided to plead guilty to avoid the unnecessary inconvenience and burden on the court and the public that a high-profile proceeding would bring. will cause.”