Stroke-stricken country music legend Loretta Lynn has been moved from a Nashville hospital to a rehab facility — despite her desperate plea to be allowed to die at home on her beloved tour bus!
That shocking — and tragic — revelation comes from a family insider, who exclusively reveals to RadarOnline, “Loretta knows she doesn’t have long on this earth and her biggest fear is to spend her last days in a sterile hospital or nursing home.
“She wants to be where her heart is — on her ranch,” confesses the confidant.
As Radar reported, the Coal Miner’s Daughter turned 85 on April 14 and appeared primed for an extraordinary 2017 — Despite her ongoing health woes. She had 24-plus concerts scheduled and a new album, “Wouldn’t It Be Great,” ready to hit the airwaves.
She even wowed Nashville audiences in mid-April by performing a pair of shows at the famed Ryman Auditorium to celebrate her milestone birthday. But then Loretta’s big year came grinding to a halt, leaving her fans and family heartbroken — and the country great facing her sad final days in the last way she wanted!
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