Love Island star Chloe Crowhurst told fans she was hospitalized after a car accident.
The 24-year-old reality star posted in her Instagram stories: “Hi guys, I was picked up from the hospital in a serious car accident.
“I won’t answer anyone until I can. I am in great pain and distress. “
An accompanying photo showed Crowhurst, a former executive assistant, in a hospital gown.
Previous updates on her social media revealed that she had a tattoo removed and was having lunch with a friend.
The Independent has asked the Crowhurt representative for comment.
The Essex-born television personality became famous after starring on the third season of Love Island in 2015 and leaving after 23 days. Other contestants this season were Amber Davies and Olivia Atwood.
She recently told the Celebrity Skin Talk podcast that she wouldn’t recommend going on the show.
“If someone asks me now if they should do Love Island, I say no,” she said.
“You don’t get any support [sic]. “After the show I was alone, after the producers kept asking me to do the show, I thought they’d keep in touch afterwards, but nothing.”
ITV has released a comprehensive breakdown of its due diligence protocols that will be of assistance to this year’s entrants.
The broadcaster confirmed that it had “comprehensive psychological support, training for all islanders on the effects of social media and how to deal with potential negativity, training for all islanders on financial management, detailed discussions with islanders about the effects of participating in the show, a proactive aftercare “will offer a package that provides support for all islanders after their participation in the show as well as guidance and advice on taking over management after the show”.
The full list of this year’s participants can be found here.