07/04/2023 / By Ethan Huff
Slovakian model and actress Katarina Pavelek, known for her work on Fox Sports Live (2013), The Mindy Project (2012) and Marry Me (2014), has died after choosing to end her own life through assisted suicide.
Pavelek, whose final days were spent in Liestal, Switzerland, had just previously received a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “booster” shot, which she was told would help enhance her immune system. Instead, Pavelek’s health post-injection deteriorated significantly, according to Evie Magazine.
“Like most people, Pavelek thought the jab would improve her immune system – instead, it did the opposite, and she suffered heavily as a result,” the magazine reported.
“Pavelek was diagnosed with an incurable chronic neurological illness known as myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME / CFS), a long-term illness with a wide range of symptoms that affects daily activities. At times, this condition may confine people to their beds. ME / CFS can worsen if individuals with this illness overwork themselves. The model was also suspected to have respiratory ALS, a neurodegenerative disorder that weakens the muscles involved in breathing and swallowing.”
(Related: Earlier this year, research published in the Defense Medical Epidemiological Database [DMED] revealed that COVID booster shots are linked to heart issues, cancers, and an “astounding decline” in average lifespan.)
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) categorizes myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME / CFS) as a complex and debilitating illness, just like Evie Magazine reported it in terms of Pavelek’s pre-suicide suffering.
The CDC fully admits that people who develop ME / CFS are typically unable to do their usual activities, and are instead often confined to their beds in misery. ME / CFS sufferers also develop overwhelming fatigue that never seems to improve, even with prolonged periods of rest.
“ME / CFS may get worse after any activity, whether it’s physical or mental,” reports explain, adding that people with ME / CFS sometimes do not even appear ill, even when they are suffering tremendously.
ME / CFS sufferers essentially lose their ability to perform normal, everyday tasks such as preparing a meal or even just taking a shower. They are typically prevented from keeping a job, going to school, and taking part in family and social life like normal people.
Unfortunately for those who develop it, ME / CFS can take many years to go away, and oftentimes leads to serious disabilities. At least 25 percent of ME / CFS patients end up being bed- or at least house-bound for the duration of their illness.
On June 1, 2023, Pavelek let her Instagram followers know that she had made the tough decision to opt for assisted suicide in order to alleviate the endless pain and suffering she developed as a result of getting “boosted” for the Fauci Flu.
“Hi guys, over last 10 days I became severely ill again homebound unable to do much,” Pavelek wrote in the post. “My body is too weak to fight this illness and I have no more strength so I made decision to end my life at Pegasos association in Switzerland. I was diagnosed with untreatable chronic neurological illness.”
“ME / CFS caused by booster jab on top of having suspected respiratory ALS. This illness made me disabled, unable to work or have social life and unable to enjoy life all together. Breathing have become more and more difficult and painful for me and my lung function has been declining. Thank you for all your friendship and support over last year.”
The latest news about the mounting injury and death toll from COVID “vaccines” can be found at ChemicalViolence.com.
Sources for this article include:
adverse events, assisted suicide, Big Pharma, booster, celebrities, chemical violence, COVID, death, deception, euthanasia, hollywood, insanity, Katarina Pavelek, pharmaceutical fraud, side effects, tragic, vaccination, vaccine death, vaccine injury, vaccines
This article may contain statements that reflect the opinion of the author
Vaccines.News is a fact-based public education website published by Vaccines News Features, LLC.
All content copyright © 2018 by Vaccines News Features, LLC.
All trademarks, registered trademarks and servicemarks mentioned on this site are the property of their respective owners.