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French family man Didier Gembers won a lawsuit against the British GlaxoSmithKline, which blamed manufacturers Requip drugs for treating parkinson’s disease is that drugs cause an unhealthy craving for same-sex love. Reason Sudden change in Gember’s sexual preferences became Requip from British manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, which the Frenchman took to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The drug was addictive. 52 year old gember was treated since 2003, however, after two years of taking medication, he addicted to online gambling and messy gay parties. Gembard tried to commit suicide eight times, since his addictions left him no other choice, repeatedly spent the entire family budget on gambling. “It there were seven years of war. GlaxoSmithKline lied to us and destroyed our life, “said Zembar’s wife Cristina at the steps of the court in Rennes on northwest of France. French family man succeeded in suit sue the company 256 thousand dollars, after the trial, he could not hold back tears. Victim’s lawyers said the company for many years, knowing that pills are undesirable side effects, did not take any action, and only in 2006 put a warning on the packaging. Zembar stopped taking the drug in 2005, after felt addicted to their narcotic effect. Court in March, after a hearing in the hometown of the victim, Nantes ordered GlaxoSmithKline to pay 160 thousand dollars to Zhember. Then the company appealed against this decision. But the higher court this week is not only upheld the compensation, but also raised rates to 256 thousand. dollars.