Jaymi Hensley: X Factor and Union J star hospitalised after horror car crash


Departed X Factor star Jaymi Hensley, 29, is said to be “shocked and distressful” after his Mercedes crashed into another car and a lorry on the motorway. In carbon copies obtained by the Daily Mail online, the bumper of the car is smashed, while other causes of the vehicle are pictured scattered across the road.

Following the extent of the harms, his car has been written-off.

A source told the publication: “Jaymi was involved in a nasty car accident last night.

“He’s very shocked, sore and recovering – but obligated to still be here and not to have suffered any life threatening injuries.

“It was a profoundly scary situation for him. He was travelling home from work and left in a horrifying state.

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“His car has been written-off and he’s no longer performing in tonight or Saturday’s performance of Joseph on doctor’s orders.”

A spokesperson for the chorus-member has also told the publication he is “thankful to the police and emergency services who ushered the scene”.

The incident happened after Jaymi performed in Joseph & The Stunning Technicolor Dreamcoat in Sheffield.

After the crash, Jaymi was treated at Luton and Dunstable polyclinic and has no life-threatening injuries.

“And thinking about other people’s feelings, so now it’s at all times to think about me.

“I think when Josh left before Christmas, me and JJ are not idiots, we be aware when something has potentially run its course for the time being, I think we all identify we did well to stay together for as long as we did.

“Apart from Little Mix, I consider we’re the longest serving band to come out of X Factor, without the level of celebrity of JLS or One Direction, so we’ve given it our best shot and it’s time to step back.”

The popstar went on to say there is no “proximate plans” for the quartet to reunite on the stage.

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