It was a year ago that Cameron and Sabine Schneider came home to find their model daughter Baillee unconscious on the kitchen floor.
Mrs. Schneider, 25, spent her Saturday morning on the couch with her phone in the easy chair when Mr. and Mrs. Schneider told her they were coming to the stores.
When they came back she was lying against a cupboard in the corner, a golden cord around her neck.
While at first glance Schneider's death appears to be suicide, the police continue to investigate unanswered questions led by the Victorian coroner.
At the top of the list is how the young woman could have hung herself in the kitchen where this is not obvious, The age reports.
Baillee Schneider (photo) was found dead on the floor of her parents' house in Moonee Ponds in northern Melbourne in July 2018. She had a cord around her neck when she was discovered
The police will continue to investigate the death of Mrs. Schneider (photo) with a number of unanswered questions led by the Victorian coroner
At the time of her death, Mrs. Schneider lived in Melbourne for about nine months with socialist Anthony Hampel, 51.
The night before she died, she had attended a barbecue with Mr. Hampel, where they had a fight.
He is believed to have been one of the last people Mrs. Schneider spoke about before her death.
The next morning their queue was still busy with Mrs. Schneider's thoughts, and while her parents were not there, she had poured herself a glass of wine and smoked a cigarette.
A toxicological report also revealed traces of cocaine in her blood.
Mrs. Schneider's father said, despite the fact that his daughter had a hard time in the months before her death, & # 39; it was hard to see how & # 39; his daughter could have taken her own life.
He said there was no suicide note, no obvious place to hang a rope, and they are still stunned by her decision to close a life insurance police three weeks in advance.
& # 39; None of us can understand how she could have done this to herself & # 39 ;, Schneider told The Age.
At the time of her death, Mrs. Schneider in Melbourne a relationship with Anthony Hampel (right), 51, for about nine months.
In the months prior to her death, Mrs. Schneider (photo) started working at strip clubs in Melbourne and hid more and more of her life from her parents
& # 39; It's not impossible, but it's hard to see how.
& # 39; Yes, we want a solution, but not at the expense of the truth. So it is encouraging to be thorough to the police and the coroner. & # 39;
In the months prior to her death, Mrs. Schneider started working at strip clubs in Melbourne and increasingly hid her life from her parents.
This contained her relationship with Mr. Hampel, whom she rarely mentioned or published on social media.
After the death of her daughter, Mrs. Schneider called Mr. Hampel to inform him of the tragic news.
In response, he expressed his condolences and said that he had desperately tried to get her daughter's life back on track.
Mr. Hampel – whose father George is a retired judge of the Victorian Supreme Court – began dating Mrs. Schneider after his marriage to Emily Williams ended.
That relationship with Williams started after the death of his last girlfriend Pheobe Handsjuk.
A few years before his relationship with Schneider, Hampel (right) – whose father George is a retired Victorian Supreme Court judge – had been out with another glamorous and much younger woman, Phoebe Handsjuk (left)
Mrs. Handsjuk (above) lived with Mr. Hampel when she dumped her feet in the landfill of her high-rise apartment in Melbourne on December 2, 2010.
Like Mrs. Schneider, Handsjuk was much younger than Mr. Hampel.
Ms. Handsjuk was only 24 when she was the first to throw her feet in the landfill of her apartment building on 2 December 2010.
The death of Handsjuk was an accident found by Coroner Peter White.
He discovered that, influenced by a combination of alcohol and sleeping pills, Handsjuk first entered the small parachute feet and fell 12 floors.
Upon entering the compactor room, her leg was hit by the blade of the machine, the impact of which almost closed her limb at the ankle.
She was bleeding to death on the floor of the compactor room – a tragic accident.
After the death of her daughter, Mrs. Schneider called Mr. Hampel to inform him of the tragic news. In response, he expressed his condolences and said he desperately tried to get her daughter's life back on track
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that Mr. Hampel (right) was involved in the death of either Handsjuk (left) or Mrs. Schneider
At the time of her death, Handsjuk had lived with Mr. Hampel for almost 12 months.
Mr. Hampel's lawyers resisted an investigation, but he provided evidence and denied his involvement in her death.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that Mr. Hampel was involved in the death of Mrs. Handsjuk or Mrs. Schneider.
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