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Mum found dead hours after Facebook status about being called a ‘fat ugly c***’

A mum has been discovered dead only hours subsequent to posting a Facebook message proposing she had been liable to contemptible remarks. 

Alli MacDonnell, 36, who had four kids matured two to 15, took to social media yesterday inquiring as to why it's 'OK for a man to call a girl a fat ugly c***'. The autism awareness campaigner was found dead a short while later. 

In her full Facebook post, Ms MacDonnell stated: 'Why is it ok for a man to call a girl a fat ugly c***?????? Seriously new level of pushing someone to the edge.' The string was immersed with remarks from individuals expressing that it 'isn't OK' and asking her to transcend the maltreatment. 

It isn't clear whether the post was connected to her demise. Companions of the model, who was marked with Andrea Roche's AR Model Agency, took to internet based life hours after the fact paying tribute. Stephanie Whelan stated: 'Completely pulverizing. What a delight all around. Regardless of how delightful we realized you were it's the manner by which you feel inside that issues. 

'You were an exceptionally pleased mammy and you kids will grow up knowing how solid their mammy was and make you so glad. Tear delightful. Sparkle splendid like the jewel you were.' Kerri-Nicole Black stated: 'I couldn't and wouldn't do this yesterday, on the grounds that there were no words. 


'With crushing sadness, Ireland simply lost one of the most interesting, most obstinately intense and boisterous ladies I have ever known, one of the main models I at any point worked with, ten years you have endeavored to toss strength on me. 'Thinking about your perfect family, your astonishing children, and anybody you contacted along the way. You will be everlastingly missed.' 

Alli dedicated herself completely to battling for mental imbalance after her two most youthful kids were determined to have the confusion. Mental imbalance Ireland CEO Samantha Judge stated: 'Here at Autism Ireland, we are exceptionally stunned and disheartened at the loss of Alli. Alli was an astounding mother, a delightful lady, all around.

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