Katie Hopkins Rushed To Hospital After Treatment At Train Station
Divisive reality star Katie Hopkins has been rushed to hospital after dislocating her shoulder at Paddington Station.
The 42-year-old Mail Online columnist received the painful injury after carrying a suitcase across the platform.
She had been on her way to Heathrow Airport to fly to the Politicon conference in Pasadena where she had been booked as a guest speaker.
Paramedics at the scene gave the controversial pundit emergency gas and air before rushing her straight to St Mary’s Hospital for further treatment.
Speaking with the Sunday Mirror, Katie’s husband Mark Cross made the following statement:
This is a legacy from her years with epilepsy.
The staff at St Mary’s were brilliant and managed to get her patched up in a couple of hours.
Last year, Katie Hopkins underwent surgery where a portion of her brain was removed, relieving the severity of her epilepsy. The surgery was successful and Katie later tweeted: ‘I am no longer epileptic’.
Despite being in a great deal of pain, Katie was able to make her flight thanks to the hard work of the St Mary’s Hospital staff. She will apparently still be standing as a guest speaker at Politicon.