Sinead McNamara's friends (in the photo) have defended her as something more than a & # 39; model & # 39; of Instagram
Friends of an Australian woman found dead in a superyacht in Greece have responded to the trolls and defended her as "more than an Instagram model".
Sinead McNamara was discovered dead between ropes entangled in the early hours of last Friday, with authorities believing that she took her own life.
The 20-year-old had been working as a Maya mayordomo aboard the $ 190 million Mayan superyacht on board since May.
Ms. McNamara's Instagram page has had a jump of almost 20,000 followers since her death, but she has also been the target of fierce attacks by online trolls.
Mrs. McNamara's close friends and family have responded to the attacks on her, paying tribute to the young woman when her body returned to Australia on Friday.
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Ms. McNamara, 20, was found dead aboard the Mayan Queen IV super yacht of AUD $ 190 million in the early hours of last Friday. The Australian woman had been working on the ship since May
The girl's friends have responded to the trolls who attack her on social networks, defending her as "more than an Instagram model"
"For people who really knew you and loved you more, you were much more than an Instagram model," wrote a close friend, Jessica Slater.
"You were a best friend, a daughter, a sister and someone who always went out and pursued what he wanted.
& # 39; Thank you for helping me to form myself in the person I am today … we will meet again some day & # 39;
High school friend Ali Cooke recalled going to the beach with Mrs. McNamara in her younger years and saying she was always a "free spirit."
"This morning I woke up with some very devastating news, that I had lost a friend of mine," wrote Ms. Cooke.
"I will never forget spending time sailing together, tanning myself and staying completely shattered in the icebreakers.
"I'm lucky to have spent my last years in high school with you, and you've surely made your short time on earth unforgettable, fly high, free spirit.
Another childhood friend, Grace Triglone, remembered spending hours playing outside with her "magical" friend.
"You were the most spiritually free person I've ever met," wrote McNamara's friend Mc McIntyre online.
Dozens of friends have taken Instagram to celebrate the life of the young woman (pictured)
A passing captain saw the body of the 20-year-old on the back cover of Queen IV Maya (pictured), a $ 190 million superyacht docked at the Greek port of Argostoli
"It's like yesterday that we were chasing naked waterfalls, climbing the tallest tree we could find, dancing in the summer rain and surfing before the sun came up," he wrote.
"You never said no, which means you were the best and most spontaneous influence at the tender age of 14."
But the online trolls have turned to Mrs. McNamara's Instagram account,
"You lived for attention, now you have it", wrote a perosn.
Another said: "Unfortunately, the high price you pay with lifestyles like this."
The comments came when Mrs. McNamara's mother, Kylie and sister Lauren flew back to Australia with her body.
Mrs. McNamara was working her final turn aboard Queen Maya IV when her body was discovered by her horrified crewmates.
A few hours earlier, she visited the Baroque bar in the town of Argostoli, on the Greek island of Kefalonia.
There he drank two vodka-based cocktails, one called Dragon's Breath and another called Mangago Mango, ate a sandwich and seemed "happy," said the bar staff.
But only 24 hours later they found her dead in the back of the splendid ship owned by the Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres.
It is believed that Ms. McNamara has arrived in Australia on Thursday and it is said that her family is making arrangements for the funeral.
Mrs. McNamara's mother, Kylie and sister Lauren were on their way to Greece when the grim discovery was made. They are expected to bring their body to Australia on Tuesday
Just 24 hours before her death, Mrs. McNamara was partying with the crew members at Bar Barroco (pictured) in the coastal town of Argostoli. The bar manager said he was drinking cocktails and he seemed "happy" & # 39; overnight
The manager of a bar where Mrs. McNamara celebrated with friends the night before her tragic accident told MailOnline that she seemed in good spirits.
"(When I saw the news, I recognized your picture (from Mrs. McNamara)," said Makais Chaliodis, Bar Barroco's manager.
& # 39; She had come to the bar with five of her friends around 5.30pm on Wednesday.
"She sat on one of the stools next to the bar with two male friends and took two cocktails and a club sandwich.
& # 39; One of your companions also bought a round of Tequilas, but I do not know if she had one.
"Everyone seemed to be in a good mood and they were happy." They were having a good time.
"They left at 7:30 p.m. but some of them, including the girl who died, came back at 1 am The last time I saw her, she had gotten up on one of the chairs and was dancing.
"She must have been here alone for no more than 30 minutes the second time and then she left.
"Some of his friends stayed until the bar closed at 3 o'clock in the morning."
Ms. McNamara had been working aboard the six-story superyacht since May of this year.
The forensic doctor who performed the post-mortem on Mrs. McNamara told MailOnline that she discouraged her family from visiting her body at the morgue, saying she was in "such a bad state."
Instagram's influencer died while being transported by air from Queen Maya IV (pictured) to a hospital in Athens
She was to meet her mother and sister the day after her death, since they had flown in from Australia to start a vacation together.
The news comes after it was revealed that Mrs. McNamara may have suffered a serious break in the days before her death.
Police are now reviewing photographs and messages found on her phone after some of her crew members told police she had recently separated with her boyfriend, according to local media reports.
The yacht's CCTV cameras, which are believed to have captured their final moments, are now also a key part of the investigation.
It is believed that Ms. McNamara jumped overboard during the early hours of Friday, minutes after an anguished conversation with a security guard.
They found her unconscious in the back of the boat at 1:45 a.m. M.
On Tuesday, a coroner confirmed that his cause of death was suspended, but said that the results of additional toxicology tests could take months to return.
Argostoli's Harbor Master, Ms. Panagota Kolovou, said: "An investigation is being conducted, but I'm afraid we can not reveal any details."
However, a Coast Guard source told MailOnline: "They found it in the back of the yacht, tied to one of the mooring ropes."
The luxury yacht is owned by Mexican businessman Alberto Bailleres (pictured), worth approximately $ 9.6 billion
The Australian Instagram star had been working as a member of the crew aboard the superyacht since May
TRAGIC TIMELINE OF AUSTRALIAN INSTAGRAM & INFLUENCER'S DEATH:
May: Sinead McNamara sells all his belongings and flies to Europe to work aboard Queen Maya IV. She had previously worked on similar superyachts
May August: The Australian star of Instagram, 20, travels throughout Europe on the luxury yacht of Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres
Tuesday, August 28: Mr. Bailleres leaves the ship in the Greek port of Argostoli and returns to Mexico with his family
Friday, August 31 – 2 a.m. Ms. McNamara's body is discovered on the back of the boat by a passing boat
– A doctor on board works with the crew in an effort to resurrect Ms. McNamara
– They take her to a local clinic and then take her to a hospital in Athens, but she dies in the helicopter.
– Ms. McNamara's mother and sister are informed of her death in the air on her way to Greece to go on vacation with her
Saturday, August 1: The port authorities say that the first indications suggest that the bikini model may have taken life
Sunday, August 2: The remaining crew of Queen Maya IV can leave the Port of Argostoli
Tuesday, August 4: The forensic judge ruled that Ms. McNamara was hanged, and told her mother and sister not to visit her body in the morgue and that she was in "such a bad state".
"The yacht had been immediately docked outside the Coast Guard offices, which are manned 24 hours a day, so we could react to the situation quickly."
The coroner revealed that he had advised Mrs. McNamara's mother and sister not to attend the morgue, saying that they should not see her (her body) in such a bad state.
A captain of another luxury yacht docked next to Queen Maya IV made the spooky discovery of Ms. McNamara's body.
The captain, who asked not to be identified, explained how he tried desperately to save his life, but his efforts were finally in vain.
After seeing his body, the captain shouted. But when he did not receive an answer, he began shouting for help.
A police patrol passing Queen Maya IV did not see the body of the girl, he said.
A doctor aboard Queen Maya IV attempted to resuscitate Ms. McNamara for several minutes after being alerted.
After falling into a coma, she was transported by air to a hospital in Athens, but died on the way.
& # 39; At the beginning we were celebrating because we thought it had been saved. Later we learned that she had died, "said the captain.
A doctor aboard Queen Maya IV attempted to resuscitate Mrs. McNamara for several minutes, but her efforts were in vain ultimately.
"Unfortunately I received the worst news of my life, (Sinead) passed away," said his brother Jake McNamara (pictured, Mrs. McNamara) after being informed of his death.
He said he was deeply affected by the incident.
Queen Maya IV finally left the port Sunday night after being stopped by local port authorities until the crime scene was examined.
According to reports, all crew members, believed to total 23, were on board when he departed.
The owner of the ship, Mr. Bailleres, president of the second largest mining company in Mexico, has an estimated value of $ 9.6 billion.
According to reports, Mr. Bailleres was not on board the ship at the time of Mrs. McNamara's death.
Just two weeks before her death, the young model wrote a cryptic Instagram post that takes on a new tragic meaning in the light of her sudden death.
"My head is all over the store today, take me back to this, where my only concern is not to open my skull," she wrote next to a photo of herself on a quad.
Queen Maya IV finally left the port Sunday night after being stopped by the local port authorities until the crime scene had been examined
Mrs. McNamara wrote a cryptic Instagram post (pictured) only two weeks before her death
Jake McNamara (in the picture, right), the brother of the influencer of social networks, confirmed his death on Saturday
Jake McNamara, the brother of the influential social media, confirmed his death on Saturday.
"Unfortunately I received the worst news of my life, (Sinead) passed away," said McNamara.
Ms. McNamara was traveling in the coastal city of Pylos on the southwest coast of Greece.
The 20-year-old was active on social networks and loved adventure, traveling and camping.
His final publication has been flooded with the love of his followers offering his condolences to his family and friends.
Just four days ago, Ms. McNamara said she was "doing a jet ski around the most beautiful turquoise waters of medicine", referring to the Mediterranean Sea.
Ms. McNamara posted on Facebook on Monday that she was excited to see "the most amazing older sister I could ask for."
Ms. McNamara posted on Facebook on Monday that she was excited to see "the most amazing older sister I could ask for" (pictured)
The 20-year-old had been working as a member of the Mayan Queen IV crew for four months
The loved ones were posted on Mrs. McNamara's Facebook and Instagram accounts, sharing good memories with the young Instagram model.
A friend said: "Only a few days ago you were sending me a message, forcing me to come camping with you, you are such a beautiful girl, lost way to soon.
Another said: "You lived more in your short years than most in your whole life, thank you for all the memories, rest easy x & # 39;
& # 39; Our souls were so perfectly aligned that we were convinced that we were the same person. I can not explain how much I will miss you or how broken I am.
The Australian YouTuber Alex Hayes posted the heartbreaking news on his social media accounts.
The star of social networks that has more than 650,000 followers on Instagram published the news in his Instagram story.
& # 39; Life is so precious that it went too soon. Such a beautiful human being We will appreciate all our memories. Rest in peace your beautiful soul & # 39;
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