Daisy Coleman (Dead at 23 by Suicide) Biography, Daisy Coleman Wiki
Daisy Coleman from ‘Audrie & Daisy’ Netflix Documentary Dead at 23 by Suicide. Coleman is one of the teenagers -who featured in Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy – has died by suicide, her mother has announced.
Daisy Coleman is an activist, artist, and a primary subject in the feature documentary Audrie & Daisy. Her story drew national attention in 2013 when she spoke to the media after reporting her sexual assault in her small town of Maryville, MO.
Coleman serves on the Junior Board of PAVE, a nonprofit working to prevent sexual assault and support survivors, and co-founded SafeBAE, a student-focused, survivor-driven campaign to raise awareness about sexual assault in middle and high school. Along with her advocacy work, Coleman recently completed her freshman year at Missouri Valley College, where she received a wrestling scholarship and is currently training to become a professional tattoo artist.
Daisy Coleman Death, Daisy Coleman Cause of Death, Suicide
According to TMZ, Melinda Coleman said her daughter took her own life on Tuesday night. Her body was discovered after Melinda asked police to do a welfare check.
Melinda said: “She was my best friend and amazing daughter. I think she had to make make it seem like I could live without her. I can’t. I wish I could have taken the pain from her!”
In 2016 Daisy took part in Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy about an alleged rape.
Daisy’s mother, Melinda, says her daughter took her own life on Tuesday night. His body was discovered after Melinda called the police to do welfare control.
Melinda … “She was my best friend and incredible girl. I think she should have made her look like I could live without her. I can’t. I wish I could have had the pain from her!”
Daisy Coleman Raped in childhood
Daisy was 14 years old allegedly raped at the Missouri house party after joining alcohol in January 2012 … even though no one was convicted.
The 2016 Netflix document followed Daisy and her family members as they dealt with the trauma of the alleged attack and the hostile reaction of their community.
Daisy’s mother says, “He never recovered from what the boys did to him, and it’s not fair. My baby girl is gone.” The family coped with another tragedy that Daisy’s younger brother died in a traffic accident last year.
“Audrie & Daisy” also focused on the sexual attacks of Audrie Pott in California in September 2012. Audrie died of suicide 10 days later.
Following the rape incident, Daisy founded the SafeBAE organization to end sexual assault among middle and high school students and help survivors. The organization said it was devastated by his death and “had an irreplaceable loss”.