Influencer Amy Szepanowski is left shaken after being involved in a serious car accident

Influencer Amy Szepanowski is left shaken after being involved in a serious car accident as she reveals her vehicle is ‘probably a write-off’

Queensland influencer Amy Szepanowski is recovering after being involved in a serious car accident this week. 

The online wellness coach, who is the sister of anti-vaxxer influencers Kate and Chloe Szepanowski, described the harrowing experience in a candid Instagram Story post on Tuesday. 

‘Yesterday I was in a car accident and my car is most probably written off [sad face emoji],’ Amy, 26, began. 

Queensland influencer Amy Szepanowski, 26, (pictured) revealed on Tuesday she is recovering after being involved in a serious car accident

Queensland influencer Amy Szepanowski, 26, (pictured) revealed on Tuesday she is recovering after being involved in a serious car accident 

‘No one was seriously hurt. I woke up this morning with aches and pains and felt sad about what happened. I woke up last night and couldn’t sleep because the day had just caught up on me,’ she continued. 

The Gold Coast glamazon explained that she initially tried to bottle up her emotions after the crash. 

‘I kept telling myself yesterday ”it could have been worse”, which is true. But I realised I was invalidating my feelings and experience. My body is reminding me of the impact today,’ she wrote. 

The online wellness coach, who is the sister of anti-vaxxer influencers Kate and Chloe Szepanowski, described the harrowing experience in a candid Instagram Story post

The online wellness coach, who is the sister of anti-vaxxer influencers Kate and Chloe Szepanowski, described the harrowing experience in a candid Instagram Story post 

'No one was seriously hurt. I woke up this morning with aches and pains and felt sad about what happened. I woke up last night and couldn't sleep because the day had just caught up on me,' she wrote

‘No one was seriously hurt. I woke up this morning with aches and pains and felt sad about what happened. I woke up last night and couldn’t sleep because the day had just caught up on me,’ she wrote

Amy concluded by reflecting on the important 'lessons' she's learned from the terrifying ordeal. 'I realised today that it's okay for me to still be processing and feeling what I need to feel to move on from this. Thank god I have the tools and growth mindset to assist me,' she wrote

Amy concluded by reflecting on the important ‘lessons’ she’s learned from the terrifying ordeal. ‘I realised today that it’s okay for me to still be processing and feeling what I need to feel to move on from this. Thank god I have the tools and growth mindset to assist me,’ she wrote

‘It’s okay and completely normal for me to feel sad. I’m grateful that me and everyone involved were able to walkaway. I’m also grateful for all the beautiful souls who stopped to help and make sure we were okay.’

Amy concluded by reflecting on the important ‘lessons’ she’s learned from the terrifying ordeal. 

‘I realised today that it’s okay for me to still be processing and feeling what I need to feel to move on from this. Thank god I have the tools and growth mindset to assist me,’ she wrote. 

Amy, a self-branded 'wellness coach/healer' charges $200 for a 60-minute online life coaching consultation. (Pictured with boyfriend Austin Lieder)

Amy, a self-branded ‘wellness coach/healer’ charges $200 for a 60-minute online life coaching consultation. (Pictured with boyfriend Austin Lieder)

‘There are so many lessons here and I trust that only good will come of all of it.’ 

Amy, a self-branded ‘wellness coach/healer’ charges $200 for a 60-minute online life coaching consultation. 

She  last made headlines in January after announcing she was going to take a Covid-19 test while suffering from flu-like symptoms – only to keep the result to herself and tell fans she had an unspecified illness.

She last made headlines in January after announcing she was going to take a Covid-19 test while suffering from flu-like symptoms - only to keep the result to herself and tell fans she had an unspecified illness

She last made headlines in January after announcing she was going to take a Covid-19 test while suffering from flu-like symptoms – only to keep the result to herself and tell fans she had an unspecified illness 

At the time, Amy told her Instagram followers she was taking a rapid antigen test after experiencing several symptoms of coronavirus, including a fever, body aches, headache, and mild ear and throat pain.

However, she never publicly revealed the result of this test, and instead continued to refer to her condition as a ‘sickness’, according to Outspoken the Podcast.

She also posted a list of non-medical remedies she’d been using to ‘get over her sickness’, including ‘eating nutritious meals’, ‘getting fresh air and sun’ and ‘staying positive’.

She also posted a list of non-medical remedies she'd been using to 'get over her sickness', including 'eating nutritious meals', 'getting fresh air and sun' and 'staying positive'

She also posted a list of non-medical remedies she’d been using to ‘get over her sickness’, including ‘eating nutritious meals’, ‘getting fresh air and sun’ and ‘staying positive’

 

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