Heartbroken mother of Netflix documentary star Daisy Coleman takes her own life four months after her daughter killed herself on Facetime call to her boyfriend
- Melinda Coleman, mother of Daisy Coleman, has died by suicide on Sunday
- SafeBae, the sexual assault prevention group created by Daisy, announced the tragedy on Instagram
- Daisy Coleman, 23, killed herself on August 4th after learning she could not conceive children
- Melinda said it was likely caused by Daisy’s rape ordeal as a teenager
- Coleman spoke about her sexual assault in the Netflix documentary, ‘Audrie & Daisy’
The grief-stricken mother of Daisy Coleman has died by suicide just four months after her daughter took her own life.
Melinda Coleman died on Sunday evening in another tragic chapter in the family’s story.
SafeBae, a youth-led sexual assault prevention group created by Daisy, made the announcement to their Instagram page, where condolences quickly began to appear.
It was revealed on Sunday evening that the mother of Daisy Coleman (left), Melinda Coleman (right), had died by suicide
Melinda’s death comes just four months after her daughter, Daisy, committed suicide in August. Pictured (left to right): Melinda and Daisy Coleman
‘We are in shock and disbelief to share with our SafeBae family, that we lost Melinda Coleman to suicide this evening,’ the post read.
‘The bottomless grief of losing her husband, Tristan and Daisy was more than she could face most days.
‘Melinda was a gifted veterinarian, devoted mother and wife, and talented body builder. More than anything, she loved and believed in her children. It is no accident that she created some of the most gifted, passionate, and resilient children.
‘Our hearts are with Logan and Charlie. There are no words for our sadness, only that if you are struggling with trauma or depression, you are not alone.’
In August, 23-year-old Daisy committed suicide after being candid about her traumatic sexual assault in the 2016 Netflix documentary ‘Audrie & Daisy.’
Daisy’s body was discovered by authorities after her mother, Melinda, asked them to perform a welfare check.
‘She was my best friend,’ mom Melinda said of Daisy, pictured together above