August 17, 2013 4:17 PM EST
What The Bachelor's Gia Allemand Tweeted About Stopping Suicides Before Her Own Death? She Could Possibly Relate To Amanda Todd’s Struggles
"Bachelor" star Gia's awful suicide has left fans of the ABC reality series taken aback, but recently she left some clues about that there is something wrong.
An autopsy has been performed and the body has since been released to Allemand's family. The 29-year-old Bachelor star was declared dead at University Hospital in New Orleans on Wednesday. An autopsy has been performed.
New Orleans Coroner's Office Chief Investigator John Gagliano released a statement:
"Cause of death is not public information in the State of Louisiana unless it is a violent death like a homicide or it occurs in a public place or is a public hazard or health hazard or is an accidental fatality like a car accident,"
"We don't discuss suicides and natural deaths-that is prohibited." Gagliano said, as reported by E! News
In an interview last week, Allemand pointed that things are not going right
Allemand said, "I think I need advice from her! I really do! She's just a strong girl and she knows what she wants. She's not confused about it. She's not scared to show her feelings, so I need advice from her."
Allemand had also been speaking about the truth that she had been the victim of bullying.
The Bachelor star Gia Allemand was tweeting about STOPPING suicide amongst young people!
In October 2012 , Gia tweeted how distressed she was by the death of teenager Amanda Todd, who killed herself after being bullied.
Gia wrote in her tweets :
Gia, who rose to fame on season 14 of "The Bachelor" posted a Bible verse from Proverbs 21:3 to her Twitter just one day before she tried to hang herself at her home in New Orleans. Her final tweet, posted on August 11
Gia Allemand @GiaAllemand
Proverbs 21:3 "Doing what is right and fair pleases The Lord more than an offering"
It's vague what Gia meant by this tweet, but we're sure it has something to do with her state of mind at the time
Gia, 29, was distraught after the death of Amanda, a 15-year-old Canadian schoolgirl who committed suicide by hanging herself after she was blackmailed, bullied and physically assaulted.
Gia Allemand @GiaAllemand
Just posted a photo instagram.com/p/c3ScZLPN6V/
12:06 AM Aug 11th
Most days of the year are unremarkable. They begin, and they end, with no lasting memories made in... http://instagram.com/p/caXfhEPN5D/
6:32 PM - 30 Jul 13
"Only the free mind knows what love is." - Jiddu Krishnamurti GOOD NIGHT LOVES XXOO
10:08 PM - 1 Aug 13 ·
A few days before, Gia retweeted a post from @SnarkySteff
Words hurt. Pain lasts. And suicide is forever. Don't bully. Please RT. #RIPAmandaTodd
In 2011, Gia confessed on Twitter that she was also a victim of bullying, so she could possibly relate to Amanda's struggles.
"As a victim of being bullied most of my life, I'm gonna say that people who can say mean things to other people and put them down are just insecure and depressed with their own life!" she tweeted.
Rest in peace, Gia! May god give courage to her family and friend in this hard time!
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