A British mother who is prison in Iran has collapsed while still waiting for vital hospital treatment on her neck, Metro reported on Sunday.
Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe is awaiting treatment for several out of place neck vertebrae, damage caused by months of having no bed, poor exercise and stress.
But despite the recommendations of specialists the charity worker has been still not been admitted to hospital from the country's notorious Evin Prison for emergency treatment.
The 38-year-old, from Hampstead in London, has been in prison in Iran since April, after being arrested while visiting family in Tehran.
The dual-nationality citizen, who was on holiday with daughter Gabriella at the time, was jailed for five years after being accused of being a Western Spy despite no evidence being put forward to support the claims.
Her family have been pressing for her to receive hospital treatment that they have been told is vital.
Nazanin and Richard’s two -year-old daughter is also still in Iran, and is living with her grandparents in the same city her mother is imprisoned in. She is able to visit her once a week
The Foreign Office has said previously that it is prepared to bring her home, but has been able to do less in her mother’s case as Iran doesn’t recognize dual-nationality citizens.