Love Island’s Jessie Wynter reveals shocking reason she was rushed to hospital | The Sun

LOVE Island star Jessie Wynter has revealed she ended up in hospital after her drink was spiked.

The 26-year-old has opened up about the "scary" incident that left her "broken-hearted" while on holiday with her boyfriend Will Young in Chicago, US.

Jessie explained medics found the same substance in her system as other girls on her ward.

She told fans: "I wasn’t sure if I should post this as I felt so embarrassed but the other night I was unfortunately rushed to hospital after my drink was spiked.

"I was so lucky that I was with Will and he looked after me throughout the whole time especially because it was so scary."

She was supported by her boyfriend, who she met on the winter series earlier this year.

He commented underneath her Instagram post: "I love you so much!!

"Nothing to be embarrassed or scared to speak up about – i got you xx."

Jessie used the opportunity to warn others about being vigilant on nights' out.

"It was such an awful and scary situation to be in and it breaks my heart that this is something people need to look out for", she said.

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"If you’re out drinking please always make sure you’re with someone who you trust and please be careful when sitting your drinks down or accepting drinks off others.

"It’s so sad that this even has to be a reminder but unfortunately it’s the harsh reality.

"I’m so grateful to have been around so many supportive people who got me safely to hospital.

"It was so scary, in the hospital there were other girls arriving in the exact same condition I was in and the nurses said we had all tested with the same thing in our system."

Jessie yesterday reassured fans "I'm okay now" after revealing she'd been secretly rushed to hospital.

But they were left wondering what was wrong after Jessie failed to give more details.

Explaining why she hadn't spoken up sooner, Jessie said: "I felt so embarrassed that this had happened to me and felt like this was all my fault and I can imagine others have been in the same position may feel the same but this is your reminder that this is not at all your fault and it’s nothing to be embarrassed about.

"The people that should feel embarrassed and ashamed are the awful people who choose to spike other peoples drinks, not the victim.

"Thanks for all the lovely messages and I pray that this doesn’t happen to any of you out there.

"I also send love to anyone else who has been put in the same or worse situations."

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