Michael Schumacher News: Corinna unhappy with latest health update about F1 legend being dead

Michael Schumacher News: Corinna unhappy with latest health update about F1 legend being dead

Formula One (F1) legend Michael Schumacher’s wife, Corrina Schumacher is reportedly unhappy with the latest health updates being leaked around the media of her husband. Several death hoaxes of celebrities were released in the recent past and this has saddened the 47-year-old.

Due to several false reports of the F1 legend making rounds the internet and print media, lawyers of the Schumacher family had to come out in the open with some latest health updates. It was revealed that the driver is still unable to walk and is confined to his wheelchair, much to his fans’ disappointment.

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Recently, a German magazine “Bunte” reported that Schumacher was slowly on his path to recovery and had made progress in his condition. However, this was not the truth and Schumacher’s family then decided to file a lawsuit amounting to $44,860-112,150, according to Christian Times.

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Sabine Kehm, manager of Michael Schumacher came out in the open to falsify the claims made by the German publication. She also called out “Bunte” for irresponsible reporting. The case was then brought to a court.

“He cannot walk.” Felix Damm, the lawyer who was representing the Schumacher family in court said, as reported by The Telegraph. The verdict is expected to be announced sometime in October, 2016.

The Schumacher family has been extremely secretive about any news related to the health of the man from Hürth, Germany. The health progress of the seven-time F1 champion has been kept under wraps, thus creating a media blackout.

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Schumacher was skiing with his son Mick and some of his friends in the Alps on December 29, 2013. It was then when the F1 legend hit his head on a rock, thus injuring his brain. After two severe operations, he was placed in a medically induced coma for around six months.

In June, 2014 he was shifted from his hospital to his home on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. It is at this place where Schumacher has been residing since then.

Fans of the F1 legend pray and hope everyday that the seven-time F1 world champion will recover one day and live a normal healthy life again.

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