15-year-old girl kills herself because she was allergic to WiFiBy Mason White 4:27 PM December 1, 2015
By: Wayne Morin
A teenage girl decided to end her life after suffering an unexplained illness for 3 years, which she and her parents blamed on WiFi, a court in the United Kingdom heard.
15-year-old Jenny Fry was a student at the Chipping Norton School in Oxfordshire in the years before her death.
For three years, Fry was constantly tired, suffered from headaches and had bladder problems. Her parents, Debra Fry and Charles Newman, believe that her illness was caused by her sensitivity to WiFi, also known as EHS.
The parents told the court that they had no indication that their daughter was about to hang herself.
In fact, when the parents suspected that the WiFi was making their daughter sick, they took all wireless devices out of their home.
However, the girl was exposed to WiFi at school, and she continued showing symptoms of EHS.
The parents spoke with the principal of the school, but he rejected their request to stop using WiFi as research shows that it is perfectly safe.
The parents are now campaigning to remove WiFi from schools and are urging the government to research EHS.
According to the police investigation, the girl sent text messages to her friend detailing her plan to kill herself, but she didn’t have her phone and saw the messages after the teenager was dead.