Bachelor in Paradise's Casey Woods Documents His Cast Removal After Show Injury

After Bachelor in Paradise star Casey Woods injured himself four months ago during season 8 of the show, he shared a video of his cast getting removed from his right foot.

By Tamantha Gunn Oct 20, 2022 7:18 PMTags
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Casey Woods is getting one step closer to a full recovery.

The reality star, who was injured during season eight of Bachelor in Paradise, shared that he was getting his cast taken off his right foot. 

On Oct. 20, Casey, 37, shared a video to his Instagram Stories of the plaster being cut open by a medical professional. He simply captioned the post, "Got my cast off."

Casey's injury update comes four months after he passed out while filming Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico over the summer and badly injured his leg.

During the ABC reality show's Oct. 17 broadcast, viewers saw Casey chatting with fellow castmate Brittany Galvin before he started feeling uneasy.

"I'm telling you right now, I feel very dizzy," he said while starting to stumble. "And um, I think I might pass out. I'm telling you right now I'm not feeling well. I don't know what's happening."

Casey then collapsed and medics whisked him away in an ambulance.

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After the episode aired, Casey—who previously vied for Michelle Young's heart on the 18th season of The Bachelorette—gave fans an update on his foot injury, sharing an image of his limb in a cast to his Instagram Stories. 

"3 broken bones," he captioned the Oct. 17 picture. "3 operations. 4 months later. 1 sad guy here."


In a separate post, Casey revealed that he hadn't walked since sustaining his injury.

"Went into Paradise at my physical, mental, and spiritual best," he captioned an Oct. 19 Instagram post, which included an X-ray of his injured ankle. "left with 3 broken bones… haven't walked in over 4 months, but trying to remain positive… thank you to everyone sending sweet messages… it means the world."