Girl ‘posts Snapchat video contemplating suicide before jumping to her death’

A teenage girl recorded a Snapchat video of herself contemplating suicide on the fifth floor of a car park – and then jumped to her death, according to reports.

Tragic Hailey Nailor, 16, died at the Danbury Fair Mall, in Connecticut, USA, on Saturday afternoon.

Police believe Hailey was not prompted to jump by anyone else but her devastated pals claim she was bullied to suicide.

A number of cruel images claiming to show youngsters happy at the news of her death were circulated online.

Camrynn Lucas told her Twitter followers: "I’m in shock, this beautiful soul was lost today because of bullying.

"The fact that anyone would coerce/want someone to commit suicide is beyond me. 

"It’s inhumane and disgusting. R.I.P Hailey Nailor.

"You will get the justice you deserve." 

Lucas also posted screen grabs of sick Snapchat messages she claims were celebrating the teen’s death.

One snap, accompanied by a selfie of Hailey, said: "Haha Rest in Peace b****".


Hailey’s heartbroken friend Luis Lopez claims she filmed herself in the lead up to her death.

He told the Conneticut Post: “Before she did, she recorded herself contemplating if she should go through with it.

"She sadly did go through with it.”

He also claimed he told the principal of Danbury High School about the heartless messages.

It is believed the school took action to have the images removed.

More heartbroken friends have taken to social media in recent hours to pay tribute to Daisy.

Maria Garcia said: "This beautiful, intelligent, caring, loving girl took her life on Saturday morning.

"She never deserved what she went through or what got her to that point to make that decision.

"Many, many people cared about her and are so devastated by this unbearable tragedy.

"She was a great friend to me and always had my back through everything.

"It’s heartbreaking to know she went the way she did and I wish with every ounce of me I could have helped her make the right decision or someone else could have."

Maria also revealed plans to hold a remembrance ceremony will be held for the tragic teen.

She added: "I would like to hold a candlelight vigil for her to celebrate her life and get her story out there and show her that people did care about her.

"I would like to have as many people as possible to attend to remember her and make sure she’s never forgotten.

"Rest easy Hailey."

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