Julian Assange ‘had a stroke in prison due to stress from his case’
The Metro says Julian Assange recently had stroke in prison brought on by the stress from his case, his fiancee has claimed.
Stella Moris suggested the incident in October was brought on by the ‘constant chess game’ over his future, which took another twist in court this week.
The Wikileaks founder, 50, suffered the stroke at the time of a High Court battle over whether or not he should be extradited to the US, Ms Moris claimed.
The 38-year-old, who is the mother of his two children, tweeted: ‘Julian Assange suffered a stroke on the first day of the High Court appeal hearing on October 27th.
In 2019, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said of Julian #Assange: "He will have to face the music". Julian has had a stroke. If he dies, the death of this heroic Australian journalist will be the direct result of the craven collusion of political dregs in his homeland.
— John Pilger (@johnpilger) December 12, 2021
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