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


A woman has revealed her turmoil after waking up from a coma to discover her fiancé had blocked her on social media and left her for another woman.

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

She was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton and placed on life support where doctors told her parents, Shay and Clarissa, who were in Australia, that she’d suffered several broken bones – including a spine injury, two brain bleeds, fractured ribs and broken teeth. 

Doctors gave her just a 10 per cent chance of survival, and she was placed in an induced coma in intensive care to help her recover. 

 

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. Doctors put her in an induced coma after scans revealed she had suffered several broken bones – including a spine injury, two brain bleeds, fractured ribs and broken teeth

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Her parents refused to let doctors turn off her life support and within three weeks  she stated to show signs of improvement. 

After three months she woke up – but suffered from amnesia and didn’t remember her life – including that she had a fiancé for another two months.

A crowd funding campaign set up three days after she was admitted to hospital saw more than £26,000 raised to bring Brie back to her native Australia. 

Describing her daughter’s horrific injuries, her mother, Clarissa said: ‘Brie suffered a bleed on her brain and was put on life support, as she was unable to breathe on her own.’

Her daughter also suffered two brain bleeds, a Thoracic Spine Fracture, fractured ribs and broken teeth and was left with a weakened left side of her body.

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.

Brie told The Mirror that when she was finally given her phone she immediately thought to call him – only to discover he’d not visited her once.

‘I opened my phone going to message him when a message pops up from this woman that says I am now with [partner’s name]. I have moved him out. He’s now living with me and my son, please do not contact him.

‘I have not heard from him since I have been in hospital, he’s completely and utterly left me in the dust. So I don’t even have closure as to why this happened,’ she said. 

Brie also wasn’t able to see her parents who were prevented from coming to the country 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 several broken bones, a brain injury and was airlifted to the University of Alberta Hospital and placed on life support in 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 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.

During the peak of Covid-restrictions in Australia, citizens weren’t allowed to enter or leave the counry.

Brie’s parents went to the government to ask for special permission thinking they were going to have to say goodbye to their daughter.  

‘They refused them, they would not give them a chance and they would not give them a reason, they just flat out said no.

‘So my mum told doctors in Canada to keep my life support on and do not under any circumstances turn that off, which they had to medically abide by.’

Brie seeing her parents would have helped her recover from the near death experience ‘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 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 

She added:  ‘I was confused, I was scared, and I would quite literally cry every single day. It was definitely something I never want to live through again and I don’t want to be apart from my family again.’

Brie has now moved back to Australia to be near her friends and family. 

Her story has gone viral on TikTok, where she’s called herself ‘HotComaGirl113’ the same username as Rebel Wilson’s character in recent Netflix film Senior Year.

In the movie, Rebel plays a teenage girl who ends up in a coma for 20 years after a cheerleading accident aged 17.

Rebel’s character Stephanie is also an Australian immigrant – but living in the US rather than Canada.   

In another clip, she compares herself to Rebel in the film, but says it’s a lot less glamorous and she woke up with matted hair rather than a perfectly coiffed hair like Rebel.

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