Katie Hopkins was reportedly hospitalised after dislocating her shoulder
The controversial star is said to have dislocated her shoulder whilst carrying a suitcase onto a train platform on her way to speak at a conference in the US.
Katie, 42, was treated by paramedics at Paddington Station before being transported to St Mary's Hospital nearby, according to The Sunday Mirror.
Her husband Mark Cross called the painful injury a "legacy" of the former Celebrity Big Brother contestant's history of epilepsy.
Katie is said to have been given gas and air by paramedics
She has suffered with epilepsy since the age of 19
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"The staff at St Mary's were brilliant and managed to get her patched up in a couple of hours," he added.
Katie was diagnosed with epilepsy at 19 and underwent brain surgery last year in order to fix her violent fits.
Mark revealed that she still managed to make her flight to the Politicon conference in Los Angeles despite being in "a great deal of pain and doped-up".
Katie previously revealed that her epilepsy had been cured by brain surgery
The ex-Apprentice star, who is known for being vocal about her contentious political views on social media, previously spoke about her condition, saying: "I felt worse in some ways when I was diagnosed.
"I never thought of myself as 'epileptic' or odd – which is pretty much what people think, isn't it" she continued. "That epilepsy equals odd."
After undergoing the risky surgery last year, Katie revealed that her distressing fits had been cured, saying on Twitter: "I'm out and about. Flying solo. And I am no longer epileptic. Come on then life. Let's do this thing."