Doctors told Torres that, despite however long it had been in her ear, the spider had not bitten her.
The medical staff used tools to get the spider out.
"I went and put some cotton balls in my ear last night, because I did not have any ear plugs", she told the news outlet.
Although most brown recluse spiders go unnoticed, their bite can bring chills, fever and discoloring to the infected area hours after the initial bite. However, since people generally don't feel the bites when they occur, they often go untreated, which can lead to more serious complications.
"Never thought that they would crawl in your ear or any part of your body" she said.
Brown recluse venom is not considered deadly. "I'm pretty terrified of spiders".
Nonetheless, it's not an insect you would want napping in your ear.