Women who lives in shed due to ‘environmental illness’ forced to leave

The Daily Mail reports

For most people living in this bleak-looking 160sq ft steel shed, complete with aluminium foil blocking the sunlight coming through the windows, would be a terrifying nightmare.

But this American woman spends every day in the makeshift prison to cope with what she calls her an ‘environmental illness’ which she claims makes her violently ill when she’s exposed to the outside world.

But her allergy-free ‘bubble’ – as she and her husband call it – is soon to be burst because a judge has ordered her to demolish it after neighbours complained that it’s an eyesore.

By Andrew Wilcox

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