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    Actor Til Schweiger may lose his leg due to sepsis

    MOSCOW, April 11 Famous German actor Til Schweiger may lose his leg due to sepsis that began after an injury to the limb, Bild reported on Thursday.
    “”I've been on antibiotics in the hospital for two weeks because I've had a wound on my leg since August. Then I hit my shin and germs got into it. Now I have an “open leg,” that's what they call it. K Unfortunately, it’s getting worse,” the actor told Bild.

    According to the publication, there is a risk that the leg will have to be amputated.

    The actor himself said that he hopes to get better and go to New York following the example of the film “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Affairs” by Guy Ritchie, where he played the main role. Doctors, in turn, have not yet given the go-ahead for this, fearing possible complications.
    Schweiger is known for his roles in the films Inglourious Basterds, This Means War, Atomic Blonde and Knockin' on Heaven's Door, among others.

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