- Jennifer Fry found hanged in woodland near her home in Oxfordshire, June 2015
- Inquest heard she was depressed by the suicide of her friend Tom a year earlier
- But, her mother Debra claimed her allergy to Wi-Fi was reason behind her death
- Mrs Fry is now campaigning for Wi-Fi to be banned from schools and hospitals
By Alex Matthews For Mailonline
Published: 09:43, 16 November
Jennifer Fry was found hanged in a woodland near her home in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, during June 2015
A mother who believes her 15-year-old daughter took her own life because she was 'allergic to Wi-Fi' has called on the Government to ban wireless devices in schools.
Jennifer Fry was found hanged in a woodland near her home in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, during June 2015.
The teenager was still wearing her school uniform when she was discovered by her mother Debbie - six months after she had written her first suicide note.
An inquest the following year heard Jennifer had been deeply depressed by the suicide of her close friend, Tom Boomer in 2014.
The coroner recorded a verdict of suicide but minutes later retracted it because the family argued that Jenny had sent texts telling friends her location so that she could be found and stopped.
Instead giving a narrative verdict, Mr Salter acknowledged the teenager had taken her own life but could not be sure of her intentions.