Fort Bragg soldier’s wife selling belongings to pay for husbands PTSD


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FORT BRAGG, N.C. —The wife of a Fort Bragg soldier is selling her belongings, because she said the Army isn’t helping her husband treat his post-traumatic stress disorder, WSOC reports.

Crystal Reilly has put out her stuff for sale with a sign that said she needed the money because the Army’s PTSD plan doesn’t cover enough of the bills.

She and her husband, Sgt. Charles Reilly, have separated because of the ordeal, according to the report.

The Army has not issued a comment yet.

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