A “BIG hearted” mum who fell to her loss of life from a cliff after rowing along with her boyfriend didn’t kill herself, a coroner has dominated.
The row grew to become heated and continued into the automobile park with Danyell ultimately driving off.
Over the subsequent few hours, together with when she arrived on the lighthouse, she despatched plenty of messages to mates, household and her boyfriend saying she supposed to take her personal life.
Her mum, Stephanie Eaton, acquired a textual content from Danyell which mentioned: “I’m enthusiastic about ending all of it.”
Ms Eaton replied: “The place are you? I’ll be there in 20 minutes.”
Danyell then responded, saying she was in Dover, however added: “You’ll be too late.”
Danyell known as 999 three time and 112 twice between 9.30pm and 9.40pm however none of those calls related and there’s no proof of them being present in 999 name logs or cellphone invoice knowledge.
Across the identical time, she additionally despatched plenty of messages to Mr Morris telling him the place she was and that she deliberate to leap from the cliffs, the inquest heard.
He advised police that as a result of poor sign he by no means acquired the message Danyell despatched him, which included her actual location, and he spent the remainder of the night time in Broadstairs bars.
On the listening to’s conclusion on Thursday, coroner Katrina Hepburn mentioned two of the 4 messages Danyell despatched did seem to have been delivered.
Mr Morris had been requested to present proof on the listening to however Ms Hepburn mentioned he had refused requests to attend or submit a written assertion.
Ms Eaton spent a big a part of the night time Danyell died desperately searching for her daughter however needed to return residence with out finding her.
She waited till morning to report her lacking as a result of Danyell had been drink-driving and had begged her to not name the cops.
Danyell’s physique was discovered by a Nationwide Belief employee on the shore at 10.15am the subsequent morning.
Her explanation for loss of life was given as a number of accidents.
The coroner mentioned there have been plenty of elements stopping her from ruling Danyell’s loss of life as a suicide.
She indicated Danyell’s concern of being in bother with the police for example of “future pondering”.
Ms Hepburn additionally added there had been 4 earlier incidents of Danyell taking an overdose after which informing mates or household, who insisted they weren’t suicide makes an attempt however cries for assist.
In conclusion, Ms Hepburn mentioned: “There’s proof to counsel intention, however I keep in mind that there had been earlier cries for assist, and the truth that she disclosed what she was pondering of doing to plenty of folks.
“There have been additionally plenty of calls to emergency companies that have been unable to attach – which might have been to hunt assist.
“This advises me that she was not suicidal at this level. I imagine her actions have been a cry for assist.”
Addressing Danyell’s household, she added: “ I hope this course of has answered a number of the questions you will have, in as far as I’ve been in a position to take action on this inquest.
“My function is a slender one, however I’ve tried to reply the problems raised. I recognize we’re approaching the anniversary of her loss of life, and I thanks on your persistence.
“Coping with any bereavement is troublesome. The lack of Danyell, a beloved daughter, mom and good friend in these circumstances has undoubtedly been a tragedy and I take the chance, as soon as once more, to give you my condolences.”
Following the inquest’s first listening to in March, Ms Eaton paid tribute to her “big-hearted” daughter, who labored as a educating assistant and had constructed her personal enterprise as an aesthetician.
She advised KentOnline: “Danyell would go above and past for folks – she at all times had lots of time for everybody.
“She was beneficiant, along with her coronary heart and her cash. She by no means favored to consider anybody else being sad. If any of her mates have been down she’d at all times need to get them out and have time.
“She was big-hearted, a stunning daughter and I used to be immensely pleased with her getting her diploma. She was a mum at a younger age and he or she had battled all of those obstacles to get the place she wished to get to.”
Danyell had first moved to Kent in 2015 and arrange residence in Folkstone earlier than shifting to Ramsgate a 12 months earlier than her loss of life, the place she lived with a good friend.
She had struggled with psychological well being points since she was 14 and had been recognized with borderline character dysfunction in recent times, the inquest heard
Though she had been prescribed remedy, the autopsy toxicology report revealed Danyell had not been taking this for no less than every week earlier than she died.
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