Nutritionists recommend a balanced diet, but Britain’s Charlotte Broad did exactly the opposite: she only ate chips and crackers. She had to pay for that with her life. Charlotte was only 32 years old.
The death of Charlotte Broad († 32) is a tragedy that now also preoccupies the Winchester court. The young woman, who was married with two daughters, ages six and eleven, died of malnutrition. When she got to the hospital way too late, she weighed less than 50 kilograms. The doctors were powerless. The main question that arises is: How did it come to this?
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Charlotte Broad got worse and worse
Charlotte’s partner, Mark Darley, says, according to “bild.de”, that as long as he can remember, Charlotte has been eating “chips with cheese or onion flavor, papadams and crackers.” You have never eaten anything else. In addition, she apparently drank liters of soda, which she then vomited. She was doing badly. She was in bed at home weeks before she was admitted to the hospital. In the clinic she refused any food and told the doctors, “I will probably die.”
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Nutritional problems started in childhood
Mark Darley says that when he met Charlotte ten years ago, everything was still fine. Her brother does not share this opinion and reports that Charlotte had already suffered from an eating disorder as a child and refused many meals, such as fruit and vegetables. Back then everything revolved around french fries, chicken nuggets and snacks. “I think she should have been forcibly committed because of her state of mind,” he says today and adds: “She obviously wanted to die. But I don’t know why.”
She speaks openly about her eating disorder
When she was only 20, she really got off to a flying start with the “Spice Girls”. From the pressure of being in public she developed an eating disorder.
The suicide question remains unresolved
Forensic scientist Samantha Marsh says today Charlotte was even offered therapy. Her family pushed for it, but she refused. Regarding the question of suicide, she formulates: “She definitely didn’t want to commit suicide, but she had an ambivalent relationship to life itself.” Charlotte had fed her children normally.