Netflix’s Daisy Coleman’s Cause Of Death Confirmed

Netflix star, Daisy Coleman, has tragically died at the tender age of just 23 – now her cause of death has been confirmed.

Coleman starred the Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy back in 2016, a doc that explored three cases of alleged rape against teenage American girls, in 2011 and 2012.

The show delved into allegations from Daisy that she was sexually assaulted by a high school student when she was just 14 years old.

It also went into detail about the fallout when Daisy eventually went public with the news.

Daisy was hounded by people in the local community and online for going public with the news – and nobody was ever convicted of sexual assault.

Daisy’s mother, Melinda Coleman, confirmed the news of her tragic death.

Writing on social media, Melinda said:

She was my best friend and amazing daughter. I think she had to make it seem like I could live without her, I can’t.

I wish I could have taken the pain from her! She never recovered from what those boys did to her and it’s just not fair. My baby girl is gone.

It was also confirmed that Daisy had taken her own life.

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It’s been 20 sessions. 20 sessions of emdr, 20 sessions of working to love myself again, 20 sessions of remembering some of my worst life traumas; 20 sessions of finding myself again. I’ve learned how to smile (and cry), I’ve learned how to trust, but most of all I’ve learned that I deserve to be happy. I absolutely can not wait to share this journey with all of you who have helped me when I needed it the most. I adore each and every one of you so much for always having faith in who I am and who I am supposed to be. I wouldn’t be on this path to recovery if it weren’t for every single one of you that helped me along the way with your words of encouragement and donations. Cheers to healing 🥂 @savingdaisyfilm @lmi.productions

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Rest in peace Daisy.

Our thoughts go out to her family and friends during this awful time.

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