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The fiancee blocked the woman who was in a coma for 3 months

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It turned out that after the accident of a 25-year-old woman in Alberta, Canada, she was blocked by her fiancé, whom she had been together for four years.

Brie Duval, originally from Perth, Australia, fell from her rooftop and hit her head on the ground after a devastating accident in Alberta, Canada.

Duval, who bones, especially his ribs, and the doctors gave a 10 percent chance of survival, two cerebral hemorrhages and remained in a coma for about three months.

TWO MONTHS AFTER COMING FROM COMA, HE STARTED TO REMEMBER

25-year-old Brie, who came back to life after the coma, happened from memory loss due to the accident, and began to remember her old days two months later.

Trying to reach his fiancee, whom he has been with for four years, Duval realized that he was blocked from all social media platforms and phone numbers.

Brie said in a statement she was “incredibly hurt by what happened”, saying she thought she was her “soul mate” and had a hard time believing that she could have been “so bad” at the worst time of her life.

‘HE DID NOT VISIT EVEN ONE IN THE HOSPITAL’

Brie Duval, 25, stressed that she thought of calling her quickly when she started to remember, but said she learned that she had never visited him in the hospital once.

Duval said, “There was zero contact between us. I’ve been blocked on every platform, including her phone “, while she said,” I got a message from your new girlfriend. “He sent me a message saying he didn’t trust me and got him to block me from everywhere,” he said.

‘I CAN’T TELL ME THE DEPTH OF THE PAIN IT CAUSES’

“I was incredibly hurt by your actions. I have no reason as to why she did what she did,” said the young lady, “I was so hurt that I cannot explain the depth of the pain it caused me. We’ve been best friends for years. He wouldn’t have thought it would happen in millions of years. Especially at such a lousy period of my life. I thought it was my soul mate, but I was wrong.”

Stating that she created insecurity about finding love and people in general, Brie said, “It definitely affected my confidence. Not just in romantic interests, but in relationships in general. It has caused me to have this kind of distrust towards people, especially people I am close to.”

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