An OnlyFans model says she has been left unable to work after being mowed down by an alleged drink driver.
Finley Taylor, 27, was walking her dog with husband Eddie, 28, in quiet Ammanford, Wales when she says she was sent flying on Sunday.
Finley has been left with gruesome injuries and said she will be temporarily unable to post new material on website.
Luckily Eddie and Walter, the couple’s King Charles Cavalier, were largely left unhurt by the smash.
Shocking footage shows the moment of impact – with the woman behind the wheel alleged to have been over the limit.
Emily Down, 27, has been charged with various offences following the incident and is scheduled to appear in court next month.
Finley told the Mirror: “I’m doing a lot better, but I’m still very sore. I’m in a lot of pain, and the mental side is starting to get to me.
“I just felt this pain, like I had been punched – but across my entire body.
“I saw the car as it hit me. I tried to get up but my husband told me to lie down.
“I looked up at him, and he looked down at me and kissed me. I said ‘I love you, don’t ever forget how much I love you’.”
Both Finley and Eddie had left their home without their phones, meaning they couldn’t dial 999.
But the crash took place outside a rugby club, from which several members – who she said “saw everything” – came out to help.
Finley said: “One of them phoned an ambulance, and a wonderful man came and lay on the floor with me and held my neck.
“He needs applauding for what he did. I bought him a big bottle of whisky.”
Grim pictures show the extent of Finley’s injuries, for which she was taken to hospital and needed 15 stitches.
She said the wounds also mean she is temporarily unable to record new content for her OnlyFans followers.
Finley said: “It would be very difficult to do anything right now, but my subscribers have been brilliant.
“I have a bit of a backlog of content [to use], and there’s already tons on there.
“They are like: ‘It’s fine – we have a lot to keep us followers busy!’.
“I just need rest, but I do have a few concerns about the forward motion of the leg that was hit. It’s just wait and see, really.”
Dyfed-Powys Police said officers attended a road traffic collision on the A483 Penybanc Square, Ammanford at around 8:50pm.
A statement said: “A white Citroen car mounted the pavement area, collided with a female pedestrian, and left the scene.
“The female pedestrian was taken to hospital, for her injuries, which were not life threatening.
“The driver of the Citroen was arrested by Roads Policing officers.
“Emily Down, 27, has been charged with driving a motor vehicle when alcohol level above the limit, driving a vehicle and failing to stop after a road accident and driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
“She has been bailed to appear at Llanelli magistrate’s court on the 1st July 2021.”