Kim Scott’s 911 call has been released online, exposing even more of the harrowing details surrounding Eminem’s ex-wife’s suicide attempt in July.
In the audio obtained by The Sun Tuesday via the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office, an unidentified female caller tells the dispatcher that Scott, 46, “tried killing herself” and that she was found “bleeding” in the bathroom.
She also claimed Scott had taken “a bunch of pills.”
During the call, the dispatcher can be heard asking, “How did she try to harm herself?”
“I don’t know, I just ran out,” the female caller responded. “I have someone in there with her. There’s blood everywhere on the bathroom floor.”
The woman also shared that Scott was allegedly “yelling” at her “not to call the police.”
“She had the door locked, and she wouldn’t let me in,” the caller added. “And I kept telling her, ‘I’m coming in, I’m coming in.’ I broke the handle off, and she was laying on the floor.”
She also alleged that Scott told her, “I left a note.”
The young woman confirmed Scott was still conscious at the time of the call and revealed someone else was in the bathroom with her, but the individual’s name was bleeped out.
Page Six was first to report that Scott was discovered bleeding excessively in the bathroom of her Michigan home when Macomb County police arrived.
A police report showed that she had an “unidentified object” in her hands and a “large amount of smeared blood” surrounding her due to “deep lacerations on legs.”
She was reportedly combative when cops arrived and allegedly “attempted to strike the responding officer.”
As Page Six previously reported, Scott was hospitalized on July 30 after the suicide attempt, which took place just one week after the death of her mother, Kathleen Sluck. A funeral for Sluck took place at Lee-Ellena Funeral Home on July 29.
Scott and Eminem were married from 1999 to 2001 and then again briefly in 2006. They share daughter Hailie Mathers, who — like Eminem — hasn’t commented on the incident.
Reps for Eminem did not immediately return our request for comment.