Again, did you listen to the interview? Per Jayson, (paraphrasing) she was out of it and in no way was of sound mind to make her own decisions. He also said the paramedics advised him to not take her to the hospital. I don't buy that either. They ALWAYS err on the side of caution and it's a big time liability for them to give that advice. Something is off.
Yes, I agree. I don't think Jayson realized how serious the condition of his wife truly was at the time. He was in a bad way mentally, emotionally, and physically. Poor guy.
Throughout the podcast, people were posting things like get a lawyer, investigate, hold them accountable, sue, lawsuits, blah-blah-blah. At this stage, that is not important. The only thing that is important right now is that Ara Shaw recover. Legally speaking, the way things went down, listening to that podcast, it's a little late to think about casting blame.