Amesbury Novichok victim Charlie Rowley "not homeless"

Amesbury Novichok victim Charlie Rowley "not homeless"

Published by Henrietta Creasey at 6:34am 10th December 2018.

Officials have issued a statement after concerns were raised about his accommodation situation following media coverage this weekend.

Yesterday Charlie Rowley gave an emotional interview to the Sunday Mirror where he revealed he is "terrified" about his health.

The 45 year old who has told how he is losing his sight and has heart problems fears he will be dead within a decade.

Mr Rowley and his partner, Dawn Sturgess were exposed to the same nerve agent used to poison former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

The pair fill ill at his home in Amesbury on June 30th, Dawn passed away eight days later and a murder inquiry was launched.

Charlie feels he hasn't had the same level of attention as the others:

"I’ve been left to get on with it as best as I can with no support. The system is flawed. I need counselling. If the authorities offered me help I would take it. I feel let down."

The South Wiltshire Recovery Coordinating Group (SWRCG) have issued the following statement.

"We can confirm that Mr Rowley is not homeless, nor is he being made homeless.

A number of agencies continue to work closely with him to ensure that he is being provided with the support that he needs."

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