Friends and family of Erin Jayne Plummer are still searching for answers after her sudden death.
The TV presenter, 42, took her own life last month after a battle with mental illness leaving her heartbroken husband and three daughters behind.
However those close to her want her death investigated.
‘Erin was truly the most beautiful soul I had ever met,’ one friend told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday.
Friends and family of television presenter Erin Jayne Plummer (pictured) are still searching for answers after her sudden death aged 42 last month
‘No words can describe how special she was and the love she had for her three girls.
‘She absolutely adored her girls. There is not one person who thinks she would have left her beautiful girls this way.’
Another said though Erin struggled with her mental health, she wasn’t suicidal.
The TV presenter reportedly took her own life last month, after a battle with mental illness, however those close to her want her death investigated
‘All of us wish we could have done more to help carry the weight of her pain. But she was happy and well the last time we saw her. Even her last Instagram post showed she was excited to be back at work.’
The Studio 10 host died unexpectedly last month, sparking wild online conspiracy theories she fell victim to the Covid vaccine before police confirmed her death was self-harm related.
‘Erin was truly the most beautiful soul I had ever met,’ one friend told The Daily Telegraph
‘I want to share her pain,’ one friend said in a tribute post. ‘She hated nothing more than being a burden. I wish she knew it was a weight we were happy to help carry.’
Erin was a doting mother and ‘loved her girls boundlessly’, but struggled during the Covid pandemic and had not been her ‘bouncy, energetic self’ in recent weeks.
‘I wish we had found her a way through,’ a friend said.
‘All of us wish we could have done more to help carry the weight of her pain. But she was happy and well the last time we saw her. Even her last Instagram post showed she was excited to be back at work,’ one friend told the publication
Erin was thrust into the spotlight at a young age when she was scouted at Sydney’s Manly Beach and cast in a tourism campaign that aired on NBC in America.
But it was her role as a professional spruiker for which Erin was best known.
During her career hosting advertorials, she appeared on Studio 10, TVSN, Mornings with Kerri-Anne and The Morning Show, and earned the nickname ‘The Danoz Girl’.
But devastated friends have since said she took her own life following a long and drawn out mental health battle – leaving a heartbroken husband and three children behind
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk