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News: UK

Wed 2 Feb, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


I started seeking out sex with men and exhibiting myself on the internet. Those around me could simply not understand what was going on

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A man is suing a British pharmaceutical company after claiming that the medication he was taking to treat his Parkinson’s disease made him into a cross-dressing gay sex addict.

The newly found gay sex addict Didier Jambert is also accusing the medication for his growing gambling addiction which led him to steal from his own family.

Jambert began taking GlaxoSmithKline's Requip treatment back in 2003 and his addiction symptoms to grow and worsen until he gave up the medication.

The 51-year-old even resorted to exposing himself online to help fund his addictions.



Following giving up the treatment he is now suing British company Glaxo for £400,000 in damages.

According to the Mirror he said about the ordeal: “My neurologist increased the dose and I completely lost the plot. I stole bank cards from friends and used them to gamble. I also sold my children’s toys and I borrowed money. In total I lost between £60,000 to £90,000 online.”

“I started seeking out sex with men and exhibiting myself on the internet. Those around me could simply not understand what was going on.”

He also blames the drugs for his three suicide attempts.

After reportedly reading similar drastic side affects Jambert, from Nantes in France, decided to end taking the supplements in 2006.

Requip is described to alter the dopamine levels in the brain in order to treat Parkinson’s, a disease which affects the nervous system.

 

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