Doctors rush to The Bachelor while group dates change to & # 039; chaos & # 039; for the intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz

EXCLUSIVE: emergency! Doctors rush to The Bachelor as group dates become

The Bachelor was thrown into chaos shortly after intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz joined the show during a daring group date in April.

In the dramatic scenes, which aired on Wednesday, the brunette beauty was thrown to the floor during a competitive sports game that included bouncing space hoppers.

Daily Mail Australia may reveal that doctors rushed to the set to help the contestant after suffering an Achilles heel damage.

The injury was so severe that Jamie-Lee had to spend most of the series on crutches, which became a "logistical nightmare" for the producers.

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EXCLUSIVE: emergency! Doctors rush to The Bachelor while group dates become "chaos" with intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz who needs urgent help and passes series with crutches

In a preview of the episode on Wednesday, Jamie-Lee is seen falling to the ground when a voice-over declares: "A real battle that bounces … that crashes into chaos!"

The brunette can be heard crying: "My ankle."

A source on the set told Daily Mail Australia that the injury left the bosses struggling to reorganize other activities and group dates to accommodate their lack of mobility.

Caution: in the dramatic scenes, put on sale on Wednesday, the dark beauty fell to the floor during a competitive sports game that included spaceboats that bounced

Caution: in the dramatic scenes, put on sale on Wednesday, the dark beauty fell to the floor during a competitive sports game that included spaceboats that bounced

Caution: in the dramatic scenes, put on sale on Wednesday, the dark beauty fell to the floor during a competitive sports game that included spaceboats that bounced

Rough game: Daily Mail Australia may reveal that doctors rushed to the set to help the contestant after she suffered damage to her Achilles heel

Rough game: Daily Mail Australia may reveal that doctors rushed to the set to help the contestant after she suffered damage to her Achilles heel

Rough game: Daily Mail Australia may reveal that doctors rushed to the set to help the contestant after she suffered damage to her Achilles heel

& # 39; Logistical nightmare & # 39 ;: the injury was so severe that Jamie-Lee had to spend most of the series with crutches, which, according to an expert, was a headache for producers

& # 39; Logistical nightmare & # 39 ;: the injury was so severe that Jamie-Lee had to spend most of the series with crutches, which, according to an expert, was a headache for producers

& # 39; Logistical nightmare & # 39 ;: the injury was so severe that Jamie-Lee had to spend most of the series with crutches, which, according to an expert, was a headache for producers

"Everything quickly became a kind of logistics nightmare behind the scenes for everyone involved," the source said.

"There were many last-minute changes and things that should be taken into account, since he received instructions to use crutches and rest."

"The leaders of Red Ten were excellent and made sure that I followed the orders of the doctors."

"There were many last minute changes and things that should be taken into account, since he received instructions to use crutches and rest," the source added.

Welcome: Jamie will make his arrival at the show in an open-top car on Wednesday

Welcome: Jamie will make his arrival at the show in an open-top car on Wednesday

Welcome: Jamie will make his arrival at the show in an open-top car on Wednesday

Immediately after the incident, the controversial show & # 39; villain & # 39; Cat Henesey cast doubt on the authenticity of Jamie's injury.

During a piece in front of the camera, he scoffed: "My ankle! Something has happened to him!

The brunette said: "I was not buying it, this girl is lying! & # 39;

Jamie will make his arrival in the program in a vintage convertible car with Adelaida's girl, Deanna Salvemini, and another, as yet unidentified, woman.

Daily Mail Australia has communicated with Network Ten for comments.

Newcomers: will be next to the girl from Adelaide, Deanna Salvemini, and another, not yet identified, female

Newcomers: will be next to the girl from Adelaide, Deanna Salvemini, and another, not yet identified, female

Newcomers: will be next to the girl from Adelaide, Deanna Salvemini, and another, not yet identified, female

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