Yolanda Foster is reportedly getting assistance with her mounting medical bills.
As the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star continues to fight back against symptoms of Lyme disease, she has allegedly been receiving financial help from her former husband, Mohamed Hadid, who is reportedly worth a whopping $200 million.
As fans saw on Tuesday's new episode of season six, Foster was accompanied by her hired health advocate, who is paid, “nearly $8,000 a month,” according to a Radar Online insider.
“Her job is to keep precise records about Yolanda’s doctor’s visits, medications, and any side effects,” the source explained. “Yolanda has a very hard time keeping track of what the doctors tell her because the disease has just ravaged her brain.”
While Foster recently announced her divorce from husband David after four years of marriage, she and her former partner, Hadid, are allegedly on good terms, which has proven to be financially beneficial to Foster, who continues to struggle with her health.
“It has been a huge relief for Yolanda to have the advocate working with her,” the source said, “and she knows she is very lucky to have it.”
“Yolanda’s ex-husband, Mohamed, is paying for the health advocate,” the source added.
Foster and Hadid share three children together, Gigi, Bella and Anwar.