Am­ber is bet­ter but med­i­cal emer­gency re­mains un­clear

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After an abrupt exit from an awards gala after suf­fer­ing an ap­par­ent med­i­cal emer­gency on Fri­day, Hol­ly­wood ac­tor Am­ber

Heard (above) is rest­ing at home, re­ports en­ter­tain­ment por­tal tmz.com.

The 30-year-old was to re­ceive an award at the unite4: hu­man­ity gala — an event known for hon­our­ing the phil­an­thropic work of celebri­ties. But be­fore her big mo­ment, she fell ill and left the venue mid­way through the cer­e­mony. It wasn’t clear if she went to a hospi­tal or went home, re­ported E! on­line.

TMZ has re­ported that Am­ber’s bet­ter, but miss­ing the gala was up­set­ting for her.

After Am­ber’s exit, Bri­tish model Cara Delev­ingne and Amer­i­can au­thorp ho­tog­ra­pher iO Til­lett Wright had taken to the stage to ac­cept the award on her be­half.

Am­ber was feted for her hu­man­i­tar­ian work with the Amer­i­can Civil Lib­er­ties Union. “Our dear friend Am­ber un­for­tu­nately suf­fered a bit of an emer­gency ear­lier this evening and she had to go,” iO had said. The award was pre­sented by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a So­mali-born Dutch ac­tivist, and ap­par­ently a huge hero of Am­ber’s. “To know that Ayaan was here and for her to have to leave any­way means that it was a very se­ri­ous emer­gency. We both are hop­ing that she’s okay,” she added.

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