WHAT? Geordie Shore’s Scotty has been rushed to HOSPITAL in Ibiza

With producers already being threatened with legal action for unauthorised filming in Ibiza, the production of the upcoming series of Geordie Shore hasn't exactly been going to plan.

And now it's been revealed that cast member Scotty T had to be rushed to hospital earlier this week after a drunken fall on the famous party island.

According to The Sun, the 28-year-old Geordie "snapped" his arm on a night out and will be in a cast for the rest of the series.

A source told the paper: “Ibiza and Mallorca has already been a nightmare with the filming ban in place so the cast all went out on the lash on their day off."

“Scotty T had an unfortunate fall a few hours into drinking and hit it so hard his arm snapped."

“He was reeling in agony and rushed to hospital where doctors said it was fractured and put it in a cast.”

To make matters worse, the fall wasn't caught on camera which has left producers in a sticky situation as they'll have to explain to viewers where Scotty's mysterious bandage came from.

The source said: "While it was a bad night for Scotty, it is also proving a headache for producers since none of it was filmed so they have to try and tell the story of Scotty T suddenly appearing in a cast with no footage."  Awkward!

Despite being told to take it handy, Scotty has decided a fractured arm isn't enough to stop his partying ways.

He's joined the team in Kavos to continue filming – what a pro!

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