A woman left paralysed after being "catapulted" from her new bed during sex has lost her seven-figure claim for damages against the bed supplier.
Busby tried but ultimately failed to sue the Berkshire Bed Company, trading as Beds Are Uzzz, which supplied the bed.
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"I spun around, I put my hand down and then I felt like I was catapulted off the back of the bed", Busby said in court previously.
'My head hit the floor, I fell to the side and then I heard like a spring in my body snap, it felt like'.
He said a "much more likely cause" for the fall was that she was in an "unusual position" towards the foot of the bed and kneeling back on her feet.
The judge added: "As a result of the matters set out above, the claim in relation to this tragic accident - which is what I find it was, a simple accident - fails".
The judge said he was not satisfied the bed was "defective", even taking into account "reasonably foreseeable misuse".
Busby had claimed the two divans that form the base of the bed were improperly fastened and two additional safety mechanisms advertised on the bed were missing.
Berkshire Bed Company said: "We are delighted the court has ruled in our favour".
During the court case, the court heard the bed was one of five delivered to Ms Busby's then home, Rosewood House in Ockwells Road, in August 2013 when she was renovating the property.
The court heard Claire was injured only a week after the bed arrived - she explained she was having sex with her partner at the time and was kneeling in the middle of the bed, at this time she chose to change positions and "swung her legs" from underneath her and laid back on the bed with her head towards the foot of the bed.
"Our beds and mattresses can be trusted to provide comfort and are perfectly safe".