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Former Playboy housemate Kendra in hospital after crash

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KENDRA Wilkinson has been hospitalized following a car accident.

The 27-year-old former Playboy model was taken to the Providence Tarzana Medical Center in Los Angeles on Sunday following a "bad" crash.

Insiders told UsMagazine.com the blonde beauty was "in shock and really sore" following the accident, but her injuries were not serious and doctors could not find any broken bones or other damage.

Another source added: "She was taken in earlier. She was discharged already."

While Kendra - who has three-year-old son Hank Jr. with husband Hank Baskett - hasn't spoken about the accident, it is likely she let forth a stream of expletives after the crash as she recently tweeted about her love of swearing.

She wrote on Saturday: "What a great f**king day. So f**king beautiful out.

"I love how f**kin mad people get when I say f**k. It's actually really funny. Go outside and enjoy the fucking day.

"I would never hang out with a group of kids and say it. Or at the park. Or at preschool. Or to Lil hank. But twitter and club and sex ... Yes

"OK when I stub a toe or hit my head ill say it. Or if Philip Rivers throws an interception. Or someone cuts me off. F**k all that right there (sic)"

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