Only Fans and Babestation model, 24, dies after battle with depression

Only Fans and Babestation model dies suddenly aged 24 after ‘secret battle with anxiety and depressionas her mother pays tribute to her ‘smart, ambitious and witty’ figlia

  • Amy Gregory, 24, died after battle with hidden depression, say family members
  • Ms Gregory was a popular glamour model on the adult chat channel Babestation
  • Friends say Amy, who also had an OnlyFans account, took her own life last week
  • A ‘smart, ambitious and wittyBabestation model has died after a battle with hidden depressione, say her heartbroken family.

    Amy Gregory, 24, was a popular glamour model on the adult-channel and operated her own Only Fans account under the name Chloe Love.

    però, despite her outgoing public persona, Amy’s family say she was struggling behind closed doors.

    Friends who are fundraising for Amy’s funeral say the glamour model, of Pontypridd, Galles del Sud, took her own life earlier this month.

    Her devastated mother Karina, 43, disse: 'A 24 Amy had experienced more than most at her age.

    ‘She was a resilient, forte, and beautiful girl who had overcome a lot of struggles and made the most of her short life.

    Amy Gregory, 24, was a popular glamour model on adult-channel Babestation and operated her own Only Fans account under the name Chloe Love

    Amy Gregory, 24, was a popular glamour model on adult-channel Babestation and operated her own Only Fans account under the name Chloe Love

    Despite her outgoing public persona, Amy's family say she was struggling behind closed doors.

    Despite her outgoing public persona, Amy’s family say she was struggling behind closed doors.

    ‘Her family will miss her dearly. We will miss her laugh, her perfect smile, her cheek, her humour, and her bubbly personality.

    Maria Grace, described as her ‘honorary aunt’, also paid an emotional tribute to the glamour model.

    Lei disse: ‘Chloe had many fans and people who cared for her, and her bubbly personality brought a lot of light to what can often be a dark industry.

    'Sfortunatamente, that light wasn’t always bright enough to shine for Amy all the time, and she often struggled with bouts of deep depression.

    Maria said: ‘Amy was a witty, smart and beautiful young woman, and she was very loved by her family and friends.

    ‘She was strong-willed, ambitious and resilient. Her laugh was loud, her smile was wide and her heart was big. She loved animals, and she doted on her two fur-babies Bennie and Blanca.

    ‘Amy worked as a glamour model, and she was a much-loved colleague to her work family at Babestation TV, where she was known affectionately as her work alias Chloe Love.

    But Maria said Amy had ‘suffered trauma from different life experiencesincluding domestic abuse.

    Amy's colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter. Scrissero: 'Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.'

    Amy’s colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter. Scrissero: ‘Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.

    Lei ha aggiunto: ‘The effects of this had affected her mental health, and she was struggling with anxiety and depression behind closed doors.

    ‘A few days ago, Amy took her own life. Her heart and mind were in pain, and this life became too much for her. Some hearts are just too gentle for this world.

    Amy’s colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter. Scrissero: ‘Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.

    ‘Words cannot express the heartache and pain we all feel as community.

    ‘Chloe was the most kind hearted, funny and a larger than life character. The sorrow we share as a family is enormous, but our love of your life is even greater.

    Well-wishers have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy’s funeral which is set to take place later this month.

    The funeral will be held on January 24 in Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd.

    Well-wishers have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy's funeral which is set to take place later this month

    Well-wishers have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy’s funeral which is set to take place later this month

    Amy's funeral will be held on January 24 in Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, family members say

    Amy’s funeral will be held on January 24 in Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, family members say

    Amy's beloved dogs will be leading the funeral cars for some of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favourite colour

    Amy’s beloved dogs will be leading the funeral cars for some of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favourite colour

    Amy’s beloved dogs will be leading the funeral cars for some of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favourite colour.

    Her family say that due to Covid rules there will only be a small amount of people inside the crematorium but everyone is very welcome to stand outside to honour Amy and pay their respects.

    Alongside fundraising for her funeral, Amy’s friends and family also want to raise awareness for mental health charities.

    The fundraising page said: ‘Depression is often a silent disease and I know how difficult it can be to ask for help and speak to family and friends but there are organisations and helplines that are available to offer free support to us all in times of sadness, grief and crisis.

    • For confidential support, call the Samaritans on 116123 o visitare una filiale locale dei Samaritani. See www.samaritans.org for details.

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