Felicity told Headlines 360: “I am self-employed and work in the wedding industry with my family. I travel to NYC annually with my job, but the vaccine was not mandated by my work.”
She experienced a slew of symptoms shortly after, including headaches, blurred vision, tremors, and light sensitivity. On August 26th, she was admitted to the hospital. Since then, she has been in and out of the hospital.
“On the evening of the 24/8 my whole body became paralyzed. I was carried to bed and my body began convulsing. The fits continued into the next day,” Felicity Jackson wrote in a lengthy post on Instagram. “Paramedics were called out on 26/8. I was taken into hospital for tests. I was back in hospital on 29/8 then referred to another hospital where I was kept in for tests and observation. Having called 111 several times, I had red flags for neurological symptoms.”
Felicity wrote in her latest post that’s she’s still suffering health problems but that it was the first time in 28 days that she hadn’t had a seizure in a single day:
“Yes I am still suffering with a constant headache and body pain, tremors, convulsions, blurred vision, chest pains, shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, brain fog, confusion, dizziness, low BP, weakness, paralysis, and eyes that are so sensitive to light that I have to wear sunglasses in the house; but I am trying to celebrate the little wins and be as positive as I can be.”
Felicity Jackson got first Pfizer injection in June
Ms. Felicity Jackson received her first Pfizer mRNA injection sometime in June, according to her Instagram page. She felt general malaise that entire week.
Ms. Jackson suffered a “seizure-type fit” that week as well. She called 111 (the British 911) the morning after the seizure. Incredibly, medical personnel told her that the seizure was “nothing to worry about.”
Her regular doctor also dismissed the malaise and seizure, telling Ms. Jackson that her reaction to the first mRNA injection doesn’t qualify her for an exemption from the second injection.
She had second Pfizer injection on August 24th
Ms. Felicity Jackson chose to have a second Pfizer mRNA injection on August 24th, despite her malaise and seizure. Following that, life-altering negative consequences occurred. She was paralyzed from the neck down for a short time. Later that day, however, she began to experience violent, painful, uncontrollable convulsions and tremors. She also had brain fog, chest pains, blurred vision, debilitating light sensitivity, confusion, and full-body pain.
Ms. Jackson visited hospitals three times that week but received no answers or even treatment to alleviate her symptoms. On September 9, doctors referred her to an epilepsy specialist, but she does not have epilepsy. She also had no seizures prior to the mRNA injections.
Felicity’s new normal
Ms. Felicity Jackson posted an update on September 20, reporting her first full day without seizures and convulsions (“fits” as she calls them) since she got the second injection. She described her days since the second Pfizer injection as follows:
“The fits occur between 2-12 times per day and can last anywhere from a few minutes to two hours. More recently I have been having terrible chest pains. An ambulance was called on the morning of the 15/9 as I thought I was having a heart attack. The muscles around my heart had gone into spasm and I could not breathe and had pains in my arm.”
She also must wear sunglasses in the house because her eyes are extremely sensitive to light.
One person questioned Ms. Jackson’s decision to receive the second injection after she became ill and had a seizure after the first. Ms. Jackson stated once more that she would be unable to obtain an exemption. She also stated that she required the injections for her job, which required her to travel to New York.
But now Felicity Jackson describes her life this way:
“I am unable to continue with normal life. I cannot go into work, I cannot be alone and I cannot do the every day things I would normally do unassisted.”
Thus she received the injections to save her job, but now cannot work anyway.
A story video of Felicity Jackson
Updated: We corrected some information according to new comment of Felicity Jackson sent us on Oct 8th.
“Thank you for sharing my story in a bid to help others avoid the unfortunate situation I find myself in, I just want to state that there are a few discrepancies with what is written here:
I am not a British model. I am self-employed and work in the wedding industry with my family.
I travel to NYC annually with my job, but the V was not mandated by my work.
What is happening to me is very real and very serious, and I do not wish for my experience to be misconstrued.
My symptoms also include paralysis, tremors, dizziness, confusion, brain fog, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, chest pains, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, difficulties with speech, balance, memory… there’s a long list!
It is over 6 weeks since my 2nd V now and I am still under 24 hour care.”
Her Instagram page doesn’t work now, probably it’s closed.