Photos: Woman Paralyzed After Falling Off Bed While Having S*x Sues Bed Company For £1million

A 46 years old woman who was left paralyzed after she was ‘catapulted’ from a super-king bed while having s*x with her partner is now suing the bed company for £1million.

According to report, the mother-of-four, Claire Busby is suing the bed suppliers for £1million as compensation after claiming that the bed was in a 'defective state' and she suffered a serious spinal injury after she fell from the super king-size double divan whilst changing positions during s*x.

It was learnt that the woman was kneeling in the middle of the bed performing a s*x act on her partner when she decided to change positions and felt her body snap. Claire told the High Court that this is when the bed gave way and she fell off and landed on her head. In her words, she said;

“I spun around, I put my hand down and then I felt like I was catapulted off the back of the bed.

“My head hit the floor, I fell to the side and then I heard like a spring in my body snap, it felt like.”

According to Claire, the bed was in a “defective state”, thus she is taken legal action against the Berkshire Bed Company, trading as Beds Are Uzzz, that supplied it. Though the supplier denies any liability for Claire’s injuries and is arguing that the bed was properly assembled.

The bed was one of five that were delivered to Claire’s home in Maidenhead, Berks when she was renovating the property in August 2013, the court heard.

But Claire told the court that she was injured a week after the bed was delivered. While her sister, Natalie, told the court that she went to the visit her sister after the accident and saw that “two feet” were missing from the bed. However, they did not discuss the matter right away because Claire was in such poor health.

“Claire wasn’t in any fit state to be having a conversation, at one point she had two heart attacks in 24 hours.

“It was touch and go whether she was going to make it.” She said.

According to Claire, the divans that make up the base of the bed were never properly fastened together and the two “gliders”, or feet, were missing from the end of the bed. She further noted that this created a height difference between one end of the bed and another. While her lawyer, Winston Hunter QC said Claire expected the mattress to support her weight, but it failed to and she continued moving “backwards and downwards”.

“It is the claimant’s case that the point at which she left the bed is precisely the location where the different height of the two divans was at its maximum.

“It represented the area where the mattress was most likely to ‘fall away’ due to the fact that it was partially unsupported.” He told the court.

While lawyers for the bed company argue that the bed was properly assembled when it was delivered and even if the two feet had gone missing it still would not have caused Claire to fall off the way she claimed she did.

“It is overwhelmingly likely that, whatever her actions, they were too close to the edge of the bed and she simply lost balance and toppled backwards.” Neil Block QC, representing the bed company said.

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