Jake Hall 'slowly getting better' after stabbing
Jake Hall is "slowly getting better" after he was allegedly stabbed earlier this week.
The 'Only Way is Essex' star has assured fans he's on the mend after spending three days in intensive care in a hospital in Spain following the shock attack, which reportedly almost left him without a kidney, at the Aqwa Mist nightclub in Marbella.
Taking to his Instagram account on Wednesday night (01.06.16), the hunk uploaded a photograph of himself sitting in his hospital bed with sensors attached to his chest alongside the caption: "Managed to pull a smile for all the amazing people who sent nothing but love and wishing me better.. Your support has got me through this worring time but as I said you can't get rid me that easy! (sic)."
The handsome star then went on to thank his family, his on/off girlfriend Chloe Lewis - who was also holidaying in the Spanish resort at the time - and his fans for their continued love and support.
He added: "I'm slowly getting better my family @chloelewis91 and close friends have been here for me and love them very much (sic)."
Jake then took to his Twitter account to praise the incredible doctors and nurses, who seemingly saved his life, for looking after him and providing him with the "best" care.
He tweeted: "Nurses and doctors are best people on Earth the way they look after you and help is just something else all deserve much more Thank u (sic)."
It's believed the 24-year-old heartthrob was rushed to hospital by his friends in the early hours of Monday morning (31.05.16) after he was reportedly stabbed with a sharp object - thought to be a bottle - in the right hand side of his stomach when he got caught up in nightclub mayhem.
Despite initial fears that he'd suffer permanent damage as a result of the alleged stabbing, it's thought the doctors' swift intervention has prevented any long-term issues.
Meanwhile, Jake is set to be quizzed about the incident over the coming days, despite police originally planning to hold off on questioning until he's discharged from hospital, after the attack was made public.