Ryan Phillippe is ‘getting help in combating form’ after breaking leg in ‘freak accident’

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Ryan Phillippe is on the mend following his “freak accident” that resulted in a broken leg.

The Shooter star took to Instagram on Tuesday to allotment a shirtless selfie — which captures his fit physique — and affords an update about his well being to followers.

“Gettin bak in fightin’ form – battle ready,” Phillippe, 42, captioned the image. In the photograph, the actor, who is peaceable in a boot as his leg continues to heal, sports actions a white towel on his forehead and sad gymnasium shorts.

In July, Phillippe posted an Instagram photograph displaying himself having a idea bruised in a scientific institution mattress with his correct leg wrapped in bandages. “I’m going to be okay & i love your recount -🖤me,” he wrote alongside the photograph.

Even though it used to be unclear at the time about what introduced on the injury, Phillippe posted an clarification quickly after on Twitter and build apart an pause to the rumors that said it came about on the diagram of his TV drama.

“Howdy, guys. i didn’t injure myself doing a stunt or anywhere near the diagram of shooter,” he wrote over a series of tweets. “I used to be the victim of a freak accident all via a family day out on sunday. my leg is improperly broken & required surgical consideration, but i will fabricate a stout recovery, am in correct hands, and will doubtless be [b]ack in movement rapidly.”

He persisted, “Thank you for the total well wants, enhance, & recount. also a different attributable to the paramedics & first responders who helped me at the scene & to the scientific crew caring for me now. i will help you up to this point on my development.”


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Since the accident, Phillippe has posted loads of development photos, including him with crutches and lifting weights within the gymnasium.

Shooter airs Tuesdays (10 p.m. ET) on USA.

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