17-year-old Charlotte guy was found that when she accidentally sent a Snapchat to her own boyfriend revealing that she had cheated on him. Then she could not bear the burden of her being revealed as a cheater to her own boyfriend.
The serious accident happened on Snapchat when the girl decided to confess the cheating to one of her close friends but accidentally ended up sending it to her own boyfriend Jack Hurst who is 20-year-old. After the teen girl realised her mistake she then wrote a message, “Good bye, please forgive me“. According to The Daily Mail her last message was, “I love you knowing that you hate me is enough“.
After her boyfriend received the gloomy messages, he reported the incident to the police. The police then found the location of the girl using the Snapchat but after they tracked her down she was found hanged on September 24, last year, near her college in Wigan where which she was studying Healthcare. Unilad reported the statement of Jack, the boyfriend of the girl regarding the incident
She told me that she felt like I had lied to her and I tried to convince her otherwise but she said she didn’t want to be here anymore.
I was concerned because she had made comments to me before about feeling that the world wasn’t meant for her.
She was always worried about not making new friends, but she started a new course at college and made friends quickly and she seemed happy.
I went to see her in Wigan on the 21 September. I spoke to her and she said that she wanted to end the relationship…
He further added,
On Sunday 24 she text me to say she wanted to talk. I said I was busy doing something and I would speak to her later.
After this she sent me a Snapchat message that was meant for her friend but that she had sent to me instead.
The Snapchat referenced her sleeping with someone on the Saturday night. She told me that it wasn’t for me, and apologised and said she was a horrible person.
She said that she wanted to talk and explain but I said that I didn’t feel like talking and to message me to say what she wanted to say.
At 5.11pm I got a long text message from her starting with ‘ok I think I get the point’. This message concerned me and I tried to call her but she didn’t answer. I got another message at 17.13 saying ‘it doesn’t matter. Goodbye. Please forgive me.
When the parents of the girl were approached they said that their girl had already inflicted self-harm to herself in the past. She had also visited a health-care professional. She left the house on 24th September telling her parents that she needed to get some stuff from her friend’s home.
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