Remembering Charlotte Figi, the girl who helped popularize Charlotte's Web

Remembering Charlotte Figi, the girl who helped popularize Charlotte's Web

Charlotte Figi, the little girl who inspired millions of people around the world as she and her family launched a movement that led to widespread changes in marijuana laws, has died due to complications related to coronavirus. Speaking for her family, a friend announced Charlotte’s death on the Facebook page of Charlotte’s mother, Paige Figi, late on April 7, 2020. “Charlotte is no longer suffering. She is seizure-free forever. Thank you so much for all of your love,” read the post, which also asked the public to respect the Figi family’s privacy. Charlotte, who was 13, suffered from Dravet Syndrome, a rare drug-resistant epilepsy that begins in the first year of life in an otherwise healthy infant.  Over the past several weeks, Paige Figi and her partner Greg Iafeliece had been posting updates on social media pages, detailing how the coronavirus had torn through their home, affecting everyone in their family of five, and ultimately sending Charlotte to the hospital. “Charlotte will be fine, I’m sure of it. She hasn’t been inside a hospital in like nine years. And she didn’t successfully navigate 13 years of Dravet Syndrome and The War on Drugs just to die from a cold,” Figi wrote on April 4th, although she noted that her daughter was suffering from something that was “so far from a cold.” The Realm of Caring Foundation, co-founded by Paige Figi, also confirmed that Charlotte’s death was due to complications from COVID-19. On March 30th, Figi posted on Instagram that health…

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