The Democrat Liberal Party (PDL) deputy Teo Trandafir returned to Romania, on Wednesday, after spending over three months at the AKH Clinic in Vienna. The doctor Gabriel Smarandache, the head of the medical team which treated her, stated, for Mediafax, that the former TV host was feeling well. “It was a test life has put me to. We can only hope that all the problems are over and that my life will return to normal,” Teo Trandafir stated, during the “Happy Hour” show, on Pro TV, shortly after her return. She added that, during her time in hospital, all her thoughts went to her daughter. “Ring” reports that the 100 days Teo spent at the AKH Clinic in Vienna cost EUR 120,000, which was, allegedly, paid by Adrian Sarbu, Teo Trandafir’s former boss at Pro TV. The PDL deputy was interned at the Austrian clinic on January 11, diagnosed with medium severe acute pancreatitis and, on February 24, she underwent a major surgical operation, following complications caused by pancreatitis and an abdominal infection. In late March, she was operated upon again, to remove other traces of necrosis and infected tissue from her abdominal region.