Aisleyne Horgan Wallace has revealed she was rushed to hospital for emergency scans after crashing a go-kart and landing on her head.
The former Big Brother star, 43, had earlier shared photos from her go-karting trip with her fellow Celeb MMA contestants, but the activity ended with her being stretchered into an ambulance.
The reality star is said to have crashed her go-kart into a wall and flown out of it, landing on her head.
She was put into a brace by medics before being taken to hospital on a stretcher to be scanned.
Aisleyne updated fans after having tests, admitting she was scared of the radiation of the scans on her body.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘I had to have an emergency full body CT scan & now I am absolutely freaking out about the radiation & it causing cancer….
‘I lost mum & uncks from cancer & am high risk… literally crying. I’ve tried Google (It’s making it worse) can anyone help calm me down with actual facts?’
Aisleyne then added: ‘The scan was last night. Some of you replying not to do it. Too late. It’s done.’
A source added to The Sun of her crash: ‘They took her straight into the resuscitation room when she arrived. It was really scary.
‘Everyone thought she could be paralysed for life after seeing what happened and the state she was in. She was lying on the floor, not able to move after landing head first.’
Aisleyne was left in ‘pain and agony, and couldn’t stop vomiting after the crash, according to reports.
Her representative told MailOnline: ‘Aisleyne is home and recovering well. She is making steady progress and being monitored closely by her family and loved ones.
‘She is in high spirits despite the traumatic incident. We will ensure to update accordingly on her recovery.’
The NHS website states that CT scans are ‘quick, painless and generally safe’ and designed to ensure the body is not exposed to unnecessarily high levels of radiation.
It adds: ‘It’s thought exposure to radiation during CT scans could slightly increase your chances of developing cancer many years later, although this risk is thought to be very small (less than 1 in 2,000).’
Aisleyne is now recovering at home, but is suffering from ‘really bad muscle spasms in her lower back’ with her Celeb MMA fight on June 24 hanging in the balance depending if she is fit enough to take part.