Jeff Charleston Speaks After Serious Motorcycle Accident -- Debuts His New Girlfriend
It was recently reported that Southern Charm New Orleans star Jeff Charleston was hospitalized and admitted to the ICU for a motorcycle accident. The Bravolebrity returned to social media on Tuesday to let his fans know that he's okay.
Charleston has been traveling the country on his electric bike during the off-season of Southern Charm NOLA taping. Fans were first notified of the situation when his friend and co-star Tamica Lee asked for prayers via Instagram Stories.
Patricia Altschul confirmed that the reality star was injured in a Reddit thread where she claimed he had to undergo multiple operations.
Fans have been waiting for word on Jeff's health when Tamica posted an update that he's okay but still needs prayers.
Earlier today, the former NFL player shared a photo of himself and a woman.
His caption read: 'Spent Christmas 🎄 Day in icu after a motor vehicle incident on Dec 23rd. The best part of all of it is that not only am I alive but I was blessed to have @_maddienoel_ in my life. A true angel that has been there every step of the way. I have a long and difficult road to recovery in front of me but just want to make sure I do appreciate all the support and love all of you!!!!'
If the woman looks familiar, it's because she appeared on the show when they went on a date. Apparently, that night led to the two spending even more time with each other because things seem pretty serious if she's been helping him out with recovery.
Charleston previously told After Buzz TV the kind of woman he goes for after his split from Reagan Charleston.
'I think my biggest thing is I’m not trying to rush love. I think [I’m looking for] someone that’s laid back, obviously. Someone that likes to be outdoors. Someone that’s active because that’s very important in my life is to, you know, be active, to work out, to eat healthy, to just really enjoy life.'
It seems that Jeff found his ideal woman who is ready to stick by his side during the tough times.