The best friend of a 24-year-old woman brutally murdered in an apartment in Sydney, reportedly by a crazy knife maker, has placed a moving tribute to her & # 39; other half & # 39 ;.
Michaela Dunn was found dead on Tuesday afternoon at about 3.15 p.m. just over an hour after Mert Ney, 20, allegedly caused chaos in the streets of Sydney and stabbed Linda Bo, 41.
Her friend Ashleigh shared her grief with friends and said, "My world has been taken away from me."
& # 39; The Other Half Of Me, My Best Friend, And The Love Of My Life. No words can describe the light that you were, not just for me – but for everyone.
& # 39; You were the prettiest person, inside and out. You would light up everywhere you went, just because of your presence; and now the world is really a much darker place.
& # 39; I love you so much, Miks. Thank you for always being by my side and just always for being you. I can't believe you're not here.
& # 39; This is something I can never recover from. I don't know how to breathe without you. & # 39;
Michaela Dunn's best friend has shared a moving tribute to the 24-year-old who was murdered Tuesday in an apartment in Sydney
Ashleigh (left) told friends that she didn't know how she would go without her best friend, who she believes is a & # 39; light for everyone & # 39; used to be
Mrs. Dunn went to Rosebank College, an inland Catholic school, studied at the University of Notre Dame and had a sister.
Her mother told me Nine news Mrs. Dunn was a & # 39; beautiful, loving woman who had studied at the university and traveled extensively & # 39 ;. She also said that the young woman & # 39; very much loved & # 39; used to be.
The police believe Mrs. Dunn was a sex worker and Ney had been her client earlier in the day after she made an appointment to see her at 1:30 PM.
Ney was seen on camera footage that left the building at 1.50 p.m. and the police claimed he had killed her before he fled the block in a blood-soaked sweater and caused chaos through the streets of Sydney.
Pedestrians were seen in a panic as the bloody man allegedly rushed down the street and handled a large knife and & # 39; Allahu Akbar & # 39; shouted.
Ney was finally detained at around 2 p.m. when heroic workers from nearby offices committed an arrest of civilians and the police soon arrived.
Mrs. Dunn was found dead Tuesday at 3.15 a.m. in an apartment on Clarence Street in Sydney. The police believe she was murdered by the alleged Sydney knifeman Mert Ney, 20
Mert Ney is accused of killing a woman before he walks through the Sydney CBD with a large knife and sticks another knife. He was stopped by civilians and firefighters with the help of a crowbar, a chair and a crate (photo)
Mrs. Dunn was recalled by Joan Westenberg as & # 39; incredible & # 39 ;, who said she first met Dunn when she was a 14-year-old & # 39; child & # 39; was in high school. Mrs. Westenberg dated six years with Mrs. Dunn's sister
Mrs. Dunn was recalled by Joan Westenberg as & # 39; incredible & # 39 ;, who said she first met Dunn when she was a 14-year-old & # 39; child & # 39; was in high school. Mrs. Westenberg dated six years with Mrs. Dunn's sister.
& # 39; Mikki was like my little sister. I can't describe how sad and broken I am right now & # 39 ;, she wrote on social media.
& # 39; I loved this boy. She was incredible. & # 39;
& # 39; I am angry that male violence has taken another victim. Selfish I am so angry that the victim is a young woman whom I deeply respected and cared about. Mikki was a true pleasure to know. & # 39;
Mrs. Westenberg also said that Mrs. Dunn deserved to be safe while she was working, and added that & # 39; sex work is work & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Her job does not make her a lurid story. She was a person and she is now gone. & # 39;
The police believe Mrs. Dunn was a sex worker and had arranged for her to see Ney as a client on Tuesday at 1.30 a.m. Her body was found at 3.15 p.m. – just over an hour after Ney reportedly stabbed a second woman in the back
In recent years, Ms. Dunn has used her profile on social media to comment on sexual violence, and to share a petition in 2016 with the statement & # 39; sexual violence and harassment is never acceptable & # 39 ;.
Her headmaster reminded her as a & # 39; very successful & # 39; student who was a role model for others.
Tom Galea, director of Rosebank College at Five Dock, said in a statement that Mrs. Dunn graduated in 2012 and her death would have a big impact on many people.
& # 39; The college remembers Michaela as a very successful and highly rated student, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; She was one of the four Social Justice Captains in her graduation year and an accomplished student with a passionate dedication to excellence.
& # 39; Michaela is lovingly remembered as a respected, conscientious and highly motivated student who was an active member of the Rosebank community.
& # 39; She was seen as a mature, resilient young woman and a positive role model … The loss of such a young person, especially as a result of such pointless violence, will undoubtedly have a huge impact on everyone. & # 39;
Ms. Dunn was a social justice captain at her high school, where she graduated in 2012, and is recalled by the director as a successful student who was a positive role model for others
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