Heartless trolls attack Australian model found dead on luxury yacht in Greece

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GRIEVING mates of the Australian Instagram mannequin who was discovered lifeless on a luxurious yacht in Greece have lashed out at trolls who’ve been attacking the 20-year-old on social media.

Sinead McNamara, 20, was working as a crew member on the US$140 million ($A197 million) Mayan Queen IV when she was discovered unconscious and tangled in rope whereas the vessel was moored within the port of Argostoli in Kefalonia.

She was unable to be revived and died whereas being flown to the hospital.

Investigators advised the Athens Macedonian Information Company that preliminary proof appears to point Ms McNamara took her personal life, however the investigation has not been accomplished.

Greek coroner Ilias Bogiokas, who performed the post-mortem on Ms McNamara’s physique, mentioned the physique didn’t have any accidents however that the ultimate reason behind dying is not going to be introduced till the lab assessments are accomplished, which might take a month or extra.

In the meantime, as her household and mates look forward to solutions, heartless trolls have focused the younger mannequin’s social media profiles, blaming her for her dying.

“She is lifeless due to her unhealthy selections and the corporate she held,” one vile commenter mentioned.

“You lived for consideration, now you’ve obtained it,” one other added.

Her photographs have been flooded with feedback suggesting she labored within the intercourse trade and “obtained what she deserved”.

However supporters and mates amongst her 32,000 Instagram followers rallied to her defence, making an attempt to drown out the trolls.

“To all of the horrible folks pondering she did something unhealthy she hadn’t finished a foul factor in her life this lady. She was finest mates with my older brother and I’ve by no means identified a sweeter lady. Sure she confirmed off her physique however why wouldn’t she? Women are advised to like your physique precisely as it’s. And that’s what she did. She cherished each factor in regards to the world together with herself,” one buddy wrote.

“These feedback merely say to me loud and clear that the overwhelming majority of individuals not solely lack frequent decency however are moronic, missing in empathy and keen to make up ridiculous unfounded tales about somebody they didn’t know. My honest condolences to her household. It should be heartbreaking. Who cares what she was doing? It was her life and now her household are struggling. It’s that straightforward and past that none of our enterprise. Sufficient mentioned,” one other mentioned.

Ms McNamara, from Port Macquarie, had been working for 4 months as a stewardess on the six-storey vessel owned by Mexican mining mogul and billionaire Alberto Bailleres.

She was on her final shift and was planning to fulfill up along with her mom and sister, who had been on their method to Greece on the time.

The younger mannequin had been wanting ahead to their go to, posting an upbeat message on social media simply days earlier than her dying.

“Comfortable birthday to essentially the most wonderful large sister I might ever ask for, 5 days until I get to see you!!! Pleasure is an ­understatement”, she wrote.

That put up was in stark distinction to an earlier, cryptic message that appeared on Ms McNamara’s Instagram web page.

“My head is all around the store right this moment,” she wrote, together with emojis of a volcano, a twister and a needle with blood dripping from it.

And sharing a picture of herself on a quad bike, she added: “Take me again to this the place my solely fear was not cracking my cranium open.”

However in a chilling growth, it has been reported that Ms McNamara made a distressing telephone name to her household, simply moments earlier than she was fatally injured on a superyacht, to report an “incident” with one other crew member.

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