A disability benefits assessor who was suspended after allegedly posting abusive explains about disabled claimants on Facebook has been sacked.
Capita – which analyse claimants for the governmental forces – proved the harbour was rejected two weeks ago.
The Facebook posts were found by Sarah Goldstein, 24, “whove been” turned away for personal liberty pays( PIPs) by the nurse.
Husband Jay Goldstein said he was glad “the right thing” had been done.
Mrs Goldstein, who has fibromyalgia, Raynaud’s phenomenon, and digests with chronic anxiety, migraines and dip, claimed Employment and Support Allowance( ESA) and first applied for PIPs in October 2014.
Mr Goldstein said she had been assessed last year but turned away for PIPs because it was felt she was “making everything up”.
Mrs Goldstein reapplied for PIPs at the end of 2015 and was assessed at her home in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, in March by the nurse.
But the couple’s feelings were evoked when they found “theyve been” turned away by the nurse on the basis of a number of “falsehoods” in an accompanying report, which has been ascertained by the BBC.
These included am of the view that Mrs Goldstein had given birth to 13 -month-old daughter AJ naturally. In reality, Mrs Goldstein had a Caesarean and said she was never requested information about the birth.
Mrs Goldstein find the nurse’s word on the report and gazed her up on social media “to make sure everything was above board” and detected the posts.
One, written in July 2014, appears to onrush a claimant who had lost two legs as a child and had appeared on a programme about benefits.
The post said he should “get a job fitting carpets” and that she “would like to catapult the scrounger back to …[ where] he came from”.
It is accepted the harbour started working for Capita a few months before the July post.
In a statement, a spokeswoman for the outsourcing house enunciated: “We can confirm that private individuals in question no longer works for Capita.”
Mr Goldstein, 25, said his wife has had a new evaluation and is awaiting the result.
“We are glad that Capita has done the right thing and sacked the harbour, ” he said.
“We seem a tiny bit of right has been done.”