Chloe Crowhurst shared she had been in hospital following the crash (Picture: ITV)
Love Island star Chloe Crowhurst, who competed in the 2017 season of the series, has been involved in a ‘serious car accident’.
The reality TV star shared with followers on Instagram she was in a lot of pain following the incident, and had been taken to hospital.
While she didn’t reveal any details about the crash, Chloe told fans she wouldn’t be responding to them online ‘until she was able’.
Sharing an image of herself in a hospital gown, she wrote on Wednesday morning: ‘Hi guys, I’ve just been collected from hospital due to being in a serious car accident.
‘I won’t be responding to anyone until I can.
‘I am in a lot of pain and distress.’
She said she was in a lot of pain and distress (Picture: Instagram/@chloecrowhurstx)
Chloe – who previously dated Towie’s Jon Clark – had shared updates from her day on Tuesday, as she got a tattoo removed before enjoying lunch with a friend.
It’s not clear when she was involved in the crash.
The star appeared in Love Island’s third season alongside Olivia Attwood and Amber Davies before she was booted off by the fellow islanders for being in the ‘least compatible’ couple alongside Sam Gowland.
Chloe alongside Chris Hughes on Love Island (Picture: Rex/ITV)
While the pair agreed they were purely platonic, Sam got another shot in the villa after he was brought back on and eventually coupled up with Georgia Harrison.
Speaking about her time on the ITV dating show – which is set to launch back on our screens with a new season later this month – Chloe said while she enjoyed the fame she found on the programme, she wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
She told Scott McGlynn on Celebrity Skin Talk podcast: ‘If anyone asks me now if they should do Love Island I tell them no.
‘You don’t get no support. After the show I was on my own, after the producers kept asking me to do the show, I thought they keep in touch after, but nothing.’
In the past, concerns have been raised over the mental wellbeing of the islanders with ITV releasing its comprehensive duty of care protocols to help contestants this year.
ITV confirmed that it will offer ‘comprehensive psychological support, training for all Islanders on the impact of social media and handling potential negativity, training for all Islanders on financial management, detailed conversations with Islanders regarding the impact of participation on the show, aproactive aftercare package which extends support to all Islanders following their participation on the show, and guidance and advice on taking on management after the show’.
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