Chloe Love, 24, a babestation model, commits suicide after suffering from ‘heart and mind pain.’
Heartbroken family and friends have paid tribute to Babestation glamour model Amy Gregory, who died unexpectedly over the holidays at the age of 24.
After a young Babestation model died unexpectedly, tributes have been pouring in.
Amy Gregory, from Pontypridd, died unexpectedly over the holiday season, much to the dismay of her friends and family.
According to WalesOnline, the glamour model died at the age of 24. She was described as having a “gentle heart and a lovely laugh.”
Ms Gregory worked for Babestation, where she was known as Chloe Love, her work alias.
Her family claimed she had a large number of fans and people who cared about her, and that her outgoing personality brought a lot of light to what they called “a dark industry.”
“Amy was a smart, ambitious, witty young woman with a gentle heart and a lovely laugh,” Ms Gregory’s mother Karina said of her daughter.
“At 24, Amy had gone through more than most people her age.
She was a strong, beautiful, and resilient young woman who had overcome adversity and made the most of her brief existence.
“Her family will be sorely missed.”
Her perfect smile, her cheek, her humour, and her bubbly personality will be missed.
“Although we will never be able to recover from Amy’s death, we will continue to live our lives together and keep her memory alive in our home and hearts.”
We hope Amy feels at home, safe, loved, healed, and free wherever she is now.”
Amy’s family has set up a fundraising page in her honor to help with funeral expenses and to raise awareness for mental health organizations.
The general public has already contributed £6,000.
“It is with a heavy heart that I put together this fundraising campaign, and I hope that by creating this fundraiser we will be able to raise some money to cover the costs of Amy’s funeral and to support her family at this difficult time,” says the page, which was set up by a close family friend.
“The last few days have been extremely difficult, and it’s critical that Amy’s family be given the opportunity to grieve and process what has occurred. If we can assist them by ensuring that their daughter receives the heartfelt send-off that she deserves, I believe it would be a kind act of service – not just for the family but also for the community.”
The news is summarized on Brinkwire.