Woman who claimed she was ‘allergic to Wi-Fi’ gets disability allowance from French court

Woman who claimed she was ‘allergic to Wi-Fi’ gets disability allowance from French court

She complained that she was ‘sensitive’ to Wi-Fi and therefore has to live in a barn away from society. Marine Richard has managed to score £500 a month in disability allowance from French courts after claiming that she was ‘allergic to Wi-Fi’.
She claimed that she suffers from electromagnetic sensitivity and sufferers say that exposure to mobile phones, Wi-Fi and televisions cause extreme discomfort.
French courts have refused so far to pay disability benefits to people who suffer from electromagnetic sensitivity, so after winning the case, Mariane Richard said that her win was a ‘breakthrough’.
Her lawyer agreed and told The Times that her win set a legal precedent for “thousands of people”.
Ms. Richard, according to her lawyers, has been living in a barn in the countryside because she cannot stand exposure to Wi-Fi

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