The Queensland senator and party founder has cancelled her public appearances after her face has swollen up due to a severe allergic reaction.
Her health scare comes just a day after the Qatari-government owned Al Jazeera network revealed how it had fooled her chief-of-staff James Ashby and her party's Queensland leader Steve Dickson into thinking One Nation would receive $20 million in political donations from the American National Rifle Association.
Senator Hanson's sister, Judy Smith confirmed to Daily Mail Australia earlier today that she was in fact unwell and is experiencing a major allergic reaction to a tick bite.
The One Nation leader's spokesman Sean Bell also established a tick had indeed bitten the senator on the face.
Despite the Senator's condition, she still managed to tweet a criticism at Al Jazeera for his under cover dupe of Mr Ashby and Mr Dickson.
"I was shocked and disgusted with the Al Jazeera hit piece," she said.
"A Qatari government organisation should not be targeting Australian political parties." she continued.
Senator Hanson also repeated how she had mentioned Al Jazeera to the Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation, a day after the ABC aired the one-hour documentary featuring a man masquerading as being from the non-existent Gun Rights Australia lobby group.
The second part of the documentary goes to air next week.
"After the full hit piece has been released, I'll make a full statement and take all appropriate action," Senator Hanson said.
All we can say is that we hope someone snaps up a decent picture of the Senator for the world to see!