OH, MEXICO! Pregnant Hannah Davis Gets Stuck In An Elevator And Has To Be Rescued By NYC Firefighters
STAR STUCK: Hannah Davis
NEW YORK — St. Thomas native Hannah Davis had to be rescued by New York City firefighters after she got stuck in an elevator for nearly 30 minutes at a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition event, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned.
Davis, an American supermodel who is perhaps best-known as being the wife of Yankees legend Derek Jeter, is also pregnant.
Davis, who posed in Mexico (see photos above) for a spread with SI magazine just before learning she is expecting a girl with the former baseball shortstop, appeared at a Manhattan event in a shimmering asymmetrical gown that revealed her small bump on Thursday.
But the elevator jammed, and the two models were trapped inside. One source said, “The party was on the second floor, and Hannah Davis took the elevator down one floor to exit because they didn’t want her to take the stairs because she’s pregnant.
“There was a huge commotion when she and Hannah Ferguson got stuck inside, they were in there for about 30 minutes.
“The fire department was called, and two huge trucks arrived with about 20 firefighters. They came at the elevator with a big hook to get the two models out.”
Finally, the pair was freed, and Davis, apparently, took the incident in stride. The witness added, “While all the party organizers were freaking out, Hannah, when she emerged, was totally calm and thanked the firefighters for coming to her assistance. But I was surprised Hannah didn’t have an escort with her. She came on her own.”
Davis, 26, is considered to be the third most famous living American celebrity from the Virgin Islands after St. Croix’s Tim Duncan (40) and St. Thomas’ Kelsey Grammer (61).
Also at the party were Chrissy Teigen, Christie Brinkley, Alexa Joel and Kate Upton.
STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH TWO: Hannah Ferguson (left) with Hannah Davis-Jeter got stuck in an elevator in New York City on Thursday and had to be rescued by New York City firefighters.