Jeffree Star hospitalized after being injured in ‘severe car crash’ that caused vehicle to 'flip over three times'

JEFFREE Star was hospitalized after being injured in a "severe car crash" as his car "flipped over three times."

The shocking news was revealed on the famous YouTuber's Twitter.

A photo of Jeffree in a hospital bed with a neck-brace on and holding hands with his friend Daniel was shared on his Twitter.

His official Twitter read: "A few hours ago Jeffree and Daniel were in a severe car accident and the car flipped 3 times after hitting black ice.

"We will update you all when the doctor gives us more info. So thankful they are both alive."

It is said the scary accident occurred in Casper, Wyoming, as it was reported that the beauty influencer is currently getting treatment at Wyoming Medical Center – and he's in stable condition.

Jeffree was reportedly driving a brand new Rolls Royce, with his pal Daniel riding shotgun.

One day prior to the accident the 35-year-old seemed to be in a great mood as he took to his social media platform to gush about an upcoming video.

"Who’s ready for a NEW VIDEO tomorrow on my channel?? 💖 Daniel, one of my best friends who’s been w me thru it all, reveals ALL 💯 It will be up in the morning," Jeffree wrote alongside various snaps of him and Daniel – including one next to Devi Lovato.

Jeffree founded Jeffree Star Cosmetics in November 2014, and is currently one of the most followed personalities on YouTube with over 16 million subscribers.

Four years after founding his company, the makeup mogul earned $18 million simply from his YouTube endeavors, according to Forbes.

Earlier this year, Jeffree found his name crossing paths with Kanye West after a rumor kicked up that he had an affair with the famous rapper, which led to his divorce from Kim Kardashian.

Jeffree would go on to deny the rumors, claiming that the two have "never hung out."

Social media star Ava Louise would later admit that she "made up" the rumor because she was "bored and on Adderall."

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