Jacob Young Suspects Broken Ankle After Outdoor Mishap
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B&B star suffers injury.
Soaps.com has learned that The Bold and the Beautiful’s Jacob Young (Rick Forrester) has suffered an ankle injury. The soap opera actor turned country music singer was doing some work outside his home and rolled his ankle. Young took to Instagram with a photo captioned, “Dang! Just arrived at home and started doing some work outside, rolled my ankle and pretty sure it’s broken. ??♂️ @christenyoung4 has got it under control!”
From his other posts, when not shooting scenes for his upcoming film Deadly Desert Vacation, it looks as though Young had a fun Fourth of July with his wife, children and friends. Family posts were labeled, “4th of July 2018! #godblessamerica,” while another with his good friend Trent Garrett was captioned, “Friendships like ours are rare. I have loved everything about this cat since we first met all those years ago.” And to celebrate a music milestone, back on June 29, His new single Fool For You, off Young’s album Better Than a Love Song, had 50, 934 streams.
On July 9, the actor alerted that one of his pastel portraits was being auctioned for the Jerry Lewis family estate. Young talked about his dear friend, the late Jerry Lewis who died on August 20, 2017 and shared, “The Lewis family estate is selling at Julien’s auction today my pastel portrait I made for my dear friend the late great Jerry Lewis. Lot number 235. If interested please go to Julienslive.com ends at 3:00pm today Las Vegas. I would love to see it end up at a good home.”
Soaps.com enjoys keeping up with all of Young’s outside of daytime accomplishments. We wish him continued success and hope he makes a quick recovery.
Seriously a huge THANK YOU to everyone, your kindness, good wishes and love are getting me through. It’s been two days, I’m in a walking cast and already on the mend. Life happens, life gets in the way, but hey that’s life. “Ain’t nothing gonna break my stride, I’m running and I wont touch ground. Oh no, I’ve got to keep on movin.”