Georgia Willson-Pemberton- child skiing gold medalist died to addiction to laxatives and Anorexia.

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A terrible news hit us today when British media reported the tragic death of the former child Skiing gold medalist Georgia Willson-Pemberton who battle for years with anorexia and her addiction to laxatives, Georgia was 26.

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Born to 61-year-old Elizabeth and 62-year-old Robert Pemberton, had an older brother 29-year-old Alexander, Georgia Willson Pemberton attended at the Heathfield School in Ascot, Berkshire and then studied marketing at the European Business School in central London where in 2008 she developed anorexia.

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5’11” Willson Pemberton weighted 105 lbs. by the time of her death last December 7th, when she collapsed at her parents’ home in Putney, she was taken to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital where she died of multiple organ failure due to her long abuse to laxatives, doctors said she had taken over 50 laxatives in the days prior to her death, her liver, small intestine, gullet and stomach had been irreparably damaged.

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Georgia’s family tried to help her several times, she received eating disorders treatments at  several centers including the Monte Nido Centre in California, Life Works and Priory rehabilitation clinics in Woking, Surrey where she smuggled in 200 laxative pills inside a padded bra, Georgia was always afraid of eating and learn how to cheat her medical tests extremely well.

When her parents found she was cheating her mother nursed her, Georgia bought over 6,000 laxative pills online, which were delivered to her home in South Kensington, West London.

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends during this terrible time.