These are the frighteningly beautiful photos & # 39; s of the defeated Courtney Herron woman from Melbourne, whose friends want her to be reminded of.
The photos were shared with Daily Mail Australia when it became known that Herron, 25, lived somewhere on the street somewhere until two years before her death on Saturday.
Her body was found in a city park after she was allegedly murdered by Henry Hammond, 27, after a social gathering at the weekend.
It is known as sources. Mrs. Herron recently lived in an alley with two women and would look for hot meals from charity carts at night.
A young Courtney Herron (right) frolic in the trees with her friend Kalinda Brown (left)
Mrs. Herron (left) and Mrs. Brown (right) pose for a photo of Sharlene Annesley
It was a rough life for a young woman who was born into a loving family, was educated in private school until the ninth year, and once had a government job in Preston.
Mrs. Herron got stuck in the grip of a drug addiction and a friend admitted today that she wished they & # 39; paid more attention to what happened to her & # 39 ;.
& # 39; When I found that I felt a deep sense of regret, I wanted me to stop and pay more attention to what happened, the situations in which she found herself, & # 39; said Kalinda Brown.
& # 39; But we are all on this journey through life and just trying to find our feet. I hope she has found her peace. & # 39;
These images (above) show her as Mrs. Brown and her friends will remember her as the young woman whose smile lit up the room & # 39 ;.
& # 39; She had something with her that pulled you to her, & # 39; said Brown.
Life on the street before her tragic death
Courtney Herron was recently seen as rough sleep in Flinders Lane, sources said
Family and friends tried to help Herron before her death, with both her grandmother and sometimes her ex-boyfriend offering shelter.
But she was recently seen as a rough trunk in Flinders Lane, in a niche on the University of Victoria campus, known to be & # 39; territorial men & # 39; houses.
Mrs. Herron's cruel death destroyed her family, who left friendly notes where her body was found.
Her father, a lawyer, was rendered speechless: & # 39; It's just very difficult. I can barely talk about it, & he told Daily Mail Australia.
Mrs. Herron became a regular at & # 39; Street Feeds & # 39; from Deborah Henry in Batman Park on the north bank of the Yarra River in the center of Melbourne.
They recently grabbed a hot three-course meal about a month and a half ago and attended several times over the past two months.
The mother and grandmother of the Melbourne wife Courtney Herron threw herself at the spot where she was reportedly murdered and this week called to heaven for answers
A message left by Courtney Herron's mother at the site of her alleged murder, which was attached to flowers
Bouquets of flowers are piled up near Mrs. Herron's body
Mrs. Herron lived rough and bank surf at home with friends
& # 39; She would come alone, & # 39; said Henry.
& # 39; We had a friendly chat and she was always happy and smiling … I don't push a million questions. & # 39;
& # 39; She was always just grateful for a decent, home-cooked meal. & # 39;
Regarding Hammond, her alleged murderer, Mrs. Henry said her customers knew little about him and he was somewhat an & # 39; enigma & # 39 ;.
She remains uncertain whether he has ever participated in Batman Park and is sure that he was not an ordinary person, although speculation is widespread.
& # 39; Apparently he was staying on a Kombi bus from Brunswijk and he was a hypocrite hippie, & # 39; she said.
Because the alleged appearance of the murderer had changed so dramatically, she said that most people in the street were not sure who he was.
& # 39; One of them said last night that they recognized him and said: & # 39; I hope it's not who they think they are & # 39;, & # 39; she said.
Accused assassin & # 39; tried to get life straight & # 39;
Henry Hammond (back) with Cameron Fahey (foreground)
Hammond & # 39; s friends have struggled to process how their partner might be responsible for such & # 39; n violent crime.
Cameron Fahey, who has been friends with Hammond for ten years, said he had made an effort to clean up his life and restore a relationship with his family.
The couple attended Bradfield College together from 2010, both fighting personal problems from a young age.
& # 39; He was trying to get clean and get a job, find accommodation so he could be more for his sons.
& # 39; I've always seen that in him and he always wanted to do that, & # 39; he said.
Mr Fahey said he had felt terrible for days for Mrs. Herron, whom he did not know.
Hammond (above) appeared in the courtroom on Monday with no shoes and a smile on his face. He was taken into custody for a reminder in September
He is still struggling to take into account what he thinks of the news – being trapped between the Hammond he knew and the Hammond accused of a horrific murder.
Hammond appeared in court without shoes, a smile on his face and a black eye on Monday.
The court heard that he had a possible autism spectrum disorder and that he had prescribed ritaline for ADHD.
Prosecutor Madeleine Sargent initially asked for up to four months for the police to compile their evidence against Hammond.
Mrs. Herron's body was found at the tennis courts in a park in the north of Melbourne
A pathology report has yet to be completed and the officials are viewing CCTV images.
Magistrate Donna Bakos said the police could have until August 5 to prepare the documents and ordered Hammond, from no fixed address, held in pre-trial detention until a mandatory mention on September 16.
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