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Model Niece Waidhofer dead at 31 by self destruction: Influencer had 4.2M supporters

Niece Waidhofer died by suicide, her family reveals.

Niece Waidhofer died by suicide, her family reveals.

Niece Waidhofer, a web-based entertainment powerhouse and model, has passed on by self destruction. She was 31.

“Unfortunately, Niece ended her own life after a long fight with psychological wellness issues,” her family told TMZ.

“She was exceptionally open with her devotees about her battles, in any event, needing to help supporters who additionally endured.”

A not-for-profit named

“Harmony From Niece”

is set to be made in her honor, as per TMZ, which will help emotional wellness mindfulness and asset psychological sickness research.
Policing TMZ they got a call from a concerned relative who requested that officials beware of Waidhofer in her Houston, Texas, home the month before.

There, her body was found.

The model had 4.2 million adherents on her Instagram, where she consistently shared posts caught and composed without anyone else. In any case, her fans were concerned when out of nowhere her record was cleaned. In the weeks paving the way to her demise, she left just three posts up on her page.

Niece Waidhofer
According to her family, Waidhofer apparently tried to be transparent about her mental health struggles with her Instagram followers.
Niece Waidhofer
Leading up to her death, her social media page was wiped, leaving only three photos.
Niece Waidhofer
She had 4.2 million followers on Instagram.
Niece Waidhofer
Niece Waidhofer
Niece Waidhofer spoke candidly about mental health.
Niece Waidhofer
Niece Waidhofer
A nonprofit titled “Peace From Niece” is set to be created in her honor, according to TMZ.
Niece Waidhofer

When the news broke of her passing, fans were quick to share condolences on social media, with one writing,

“She was one of my favorite people to follow on Instagram. Mental health is super important. More than you can possibly fathom.”

“Niece was more than her struggles,”
her family said.
“She was beautiful and kind, sensitive and funny, creative and talented, generous and compassionate, thoughtful and challenging. While it is so very painful to say goodbye, we take comfort knowing she is reunited with her father, her three grandparents, her Uncle Rusty, and her beloved Puff; and that she is now free to be herself and, finally, at peace.”

 

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