Coronation Street actress Lisa George has revealed she's been left half-blind in her right eye after suffering a mini-stroke.
The 50-year-old actress, who is known for playing Beth Sutherland in the ITV soap, haemorrhaged behind her optic nerve four years ago.
She says the incident left lasting damage to her vision.
Lisa, who suffers from type 2 diabetes, was told a mini-stroke caused a change in her eyesight.
She also said she was hit in the eye with some rope and that she still doesn't know what actually led to the damage.
She said: “I haemorrhaged behind my optic nerve four years ago and I’m half-blind in my right eye, they said it was like a stroke but also I got hit in the eye with a bit of rope."
The star continued telling The Sun: "They think I’d had some mini-stroke but a specialist said it has to be the rope, I still don’t know."
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