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Woman woke up from a coma of five months to discover her fiancé of four years GHOSTED her

‘I woke from a coma after five months to discover out my fiancé had GHOSTED me and moved in with another person’: Woman reveals her devastation saying boyfriend ‘completely left me within the mud’

  • Brie Duval, 25, who’s initially from Australia was dwelling in Canada when she fell from a rooftop bar in a freak accident and fell head first into a pavement 
  • She was left with a number of damaged bones, a brain harm and was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital and positioned on life assist within the ICU 
  • Five months after the accident, she began to keep in mind her life earlier than the coma and tried to name her fiancé, solely to discover he’d ghosted her
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A lady has revealed her turmoil after waking up from a coma to discover her fiancé had blocked her on social media and left her for an additional lady.

Brie Duval, 25, who’s initially from Australia, was dwelling in Canada when she fell from a rooftop bar in a freak accident and landed head first into a pavement in August 2020.

She was left with a number of damaged bones, a brain harm and was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital and positioned on life assist within the ICU.

Doctors gave her simply a 10 per cent likelihood of survival, and she or he was positioned in a coma to assist her get better. 

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Brie Duval, 25, who is originally from Australia was living in Canada when she fell from a rooftop bar in a freak accident and fell head first into a pavement in August 2020.

Brie Duval, 25, who’s initially from Australia was dwelling in Canada when she fell from a rooftop bar in a freak accident and fell head first into a pavement in August 2020.

Her dad and mom refused to let medical doctors flip off her life assist and inside three weeks  she acknowledged to present indicators of enchancment. Luckily, after three months she woke up.

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But she suffered from amnesia and did not keep in mind her life – together with her fiancé for an additional two months.  

Five months after the accident, she began to keep in mind her life earlier than the coma and tried to name her fiancé, who she had been with for four years, solely to discover he’d ghosted her and moved on.

Brie told The Mirror that when she was lastly given her telephone she instantly thought to name him – solely to discover he’d not visited her as soon as.

‘I opened my telephone going to message him when a message pops up from this lady that claims I’m now with [partner’s name]. I’ve moved him out. He’s now dwelling with me and my son, please don’t contact him.

‘I’ve not heard from him since I’ve been in hospital, he is utterly and completely left me within the mud. So I do not even have closure as to why this occurred,’ she stated. 

Brie additionally wasn’t in a position to see her dad and mom who have been prevented from coming to the nation due to coronavirus restrictions. 

Brie is pictured

Brie was left with several broken bones, a brain injury and was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital and placed on life support in the ICU.

Brie was left with a number of damaged bones, a brain harm and was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital and positioned on life assist within the ICU. 

Five months after the accident, she started to remember her life before the coma and tried to call her fiancé, who she had been with for four years, only to discover he'd ghosted her and moved on.

Five months after the accident, she began to keep in mind her life earlier than the coma and tried to name her fiancé, who she had been with for four years, solely to discover he’d ghosted her and moved on.

During the height of Covid-restrictions in Australia, residents weren’t allowed to enter or depart the counry.

Brie’s dad and mom went to the federal government to ask for particular permission pondering they have been going to have to say goodbye to their daughter.  

‘They refused them, they might not give them a likelihood and they might not give them a purpose, they only flat out stated no.

‘So my mum advised medical doctors in Canada to maintain my life assist on and don’t below any circumstances flip that off, which that they had to medically abide by.’

Brie seeing her dad and mom would have helped her get better from the close to dying expertise ‘massively’.

Brie's parents went to the government to ask for special permission thinking they were going to have to say goodbye to their daughter. She is pictured in a tiktok video

Brie’s dad and mom went to the federal government to ask for particular permission pondering they have been going to have to say goodbye to their daughter. She is pictured in a tiktok video 

She added:  ‘I used to be confused, I used to be scared, and I’d fairly actually cry each single day. It was positively one thing I by no means need to stay by way of once more and I do not need to be aside from my household once more.’

Brie has now moved again to Australia to be close to her family and friends. 

Her story has gone viral on TikTok, the place she’s known as herself ‘HotComaGirl113’ the identical username as Rebel Wilson’s character in current Netflix movie Senior Year.

In the film, Rebel performs a teenage lady who ends up in a coma for 20 years after a cheerleading accident aged 17.

Rebel’s character Stephanie can also be an Australian immigrant – however dwelling within the US quite than Canada.   

In one other clip, she compares herself to Rebel within the movie, however says it is a lot much less glamorous and she or he woke up with matted hair quite than a completely coiffed hair like Rebel.

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