Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin is speaking out on the assault her developed son took from three men at a Detroit gas station.
Franklin said in a account Thursday that some aboriginal letters had some innaccuracies.
Franklin said through a accessible relations close that Eddie Franklin underwent anaplasty afterwards accession at a hospital emergency allowance aboriginal Tuesday morning. She said his jaw was active shut.
Franklin additionally said her son's adherent gave the amiss area of Monday night's attack.
Police said Eddie Franklin, who is in his 50s, was apprenticed to the hospital by a woman.
The advance originally was appear by Franklin's spokesman, Gwendolyn Quinn. Franklin calls Quinn's GQ Media and Accessible Relations Inc. her "former publicist" in Thursday's statement.