Former Pussycat Dolls Member Shares Her ‘Invisible Injury’: ‘It Spread Through My Whole Body’

A successful singer and dancer told an interviewer on Thursday that she has developed severe health challenges that she blames on the COVID-19 vaccines.
In an episode titled “Invisible Injury,” Jessica Sutta, a former member of the multi-platinum Pussycat Dolls pop music and dance troupe, told “American Thought Leaders” host Jan Jekielek that “I was severely injured by the Moderna [COVID] vaccine.”
Sutta said she developed a severe, stabbing muscle spasm in her side a few days after her first Moderna vaccine in August 2021. At first, she thought she’d broken a rib.

Because that problem was initially diagnosed as a kidney infection, she didn’t connect the condition to the shot.

“I was severely injured by the Moderna vaccine…I know it’s brave for me to do this—which I think is crazy—but now I have the strength to do it. And that’s why I’m here.”

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