Fifteen days after it was discovered that an Australian model of Instagram was hanging from the back of a luxury superyacht, there are still unanswered questions about his sudden death.
Sinead McNamara, 20, of Port Macquarie, on the north coast of New South Wales, died on her last day working on Queen IV Maya in the Greek islands.
The star of the social networks was transferred to the hospital after being discovered by the captain of another ship in the early hours of August 31, but died in a helicopter on the road.
Her death occurred when her mother and sister flew to meet her in Europe, and the family was not convinced by a report by one of Greece's forensic forensics.
The loved ones of Mrs. McNamara now demand a full investigation by the authorities while the mystery surrounds her ex-boyfriend and one last phone call.
The $ 190 million vessel owner, Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres, must still talk about the tragedy or explain the ship's route after Mrs. McNamara's death.
Mrs. McNamara will be staying at a funeral in her hometown on Saturday, and mourners will be urged to use what "Sinead would want."
Sinead McNamara, 20, from Port Macquarie on the north coast of New South Wales, died on his last day working on the Mayan queen IV in the Greek islands
The star of the social networks (in the photo) was transferred to the hospital after being discovered by the captain of another ship in the early morning of August 31, but died in a helicopter on the road.
DID SUICIDE COME?
The coroner Elias Boyiokas said that the cause of death was hanging and that no other injuries were found in the body.
Mr. Boyiokas is waiting for the results of a toxicology test to find out whether Ms. McNamara was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
We're talking about suicide. Now, if there was any discussion, something ugly, it still needs to be tested. I did all the possible tests, "said Boyiokas.
"There was no evidence of mistreatment … my verdict is death by hanging, but there were indications that she may have tried to stop him."
But Ms. McNamara's family has doubts about the suicide theory and they ask for a full investigation.
"The parents also claim that Sinead had no problem, often communicated with his family and was happy," the family's lawyer in Greece, Charalampos Triantafyllopoulos, said in a statement.
Queen Maya IV is owned by billionaire mining magnate Alberto Bailleres, the second richest man in Mexico
WHERE IS YOUR FORMER BOYFRIEND?
The crew members told police they were investigating the death of Ms. McNamara who was struggling with a bad breakup, local media reported.
The accounts led the police to carefully examine messages and photographs on the telephone of the Australian hostess.
However, Ms. McNamara's family has not mentioned a boyfriend, and there are no signs on social media that the Instagram model had a relationship.
Her photos show that she enjoys her life as a hostess of superyachts in the Greek islands, appearing next to a series of different men.
None of the men in Mrs. McNamara's photos has been confirmed as a boyfriend or ex-boyfriend.
The Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres (pictured) must still talk about the tragedy, or explain the route of the ship after the death of Mrs. McNamara.
WHY HAS THE BILLIONAIRE BEEN SILENT?
Queen Maya IV is owned by billionaire mining magnate Alberto Bailleres, the second richest man in Mexico.
The notoriously private mogul left the ship three days before the death of Mrs. McNamara.
When the tragedy was learned, Mr. Bailleres was in his family's mansion in Mexico City and refused to comment on the death on board his ship.
Mr. Bailleres appeared in public at the National Palace as a guest of Enrique Peña Nieto two days later, but again declined to comment, La Journada reported.
Ms. McNamara's family now wonders if the ship, now docked at the party on the island of Ibiza, left before the investigation was completely complete.
WHY IS SUPERYACHT LEFT TO IBIZA?
When Mr. Bailleres left Queen Maya IV, the ship was moored in the Greek port of Argostoli, on the Greek island of Kefalonia.
On September 2, only two days after Mrs. McNamara's death, the ship was allowed to leave the port with 23 crew members on board.
The six-story superyacht had previously been ordered to remain in the port while investigators investigated the incident, but suddenly headed for the western Mediterranean.
Mrs. McNamara's family now wonders if the ship, now docked on Ibiza's party island, left before the investigation was complete.
The crew members told the police that they were investigating the death of Mrs. McNamara who was struggling with a bad break
Just two weeks before her death, the young model wrote a cryptic Instagram post that was much darker than her usual
WHAT DOES YOUR FINAL INSTAGRAM MEAN?
Just two weeks before her death, the young model wrote a cryptic Instagram post that was much darker than usual.
"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.
The model was active on social networks, and other publications indicated that she was enjoying her life as a superyacht hostess.
"When I'm in Greece … I can not believe that this fairy tale is almost over." I do not want to leave, "said a photo of him in a restaurant in Rhodes.
"Living and working on a boat seeing all that the world has to offer, yes, I think I have it quite well," he wrote a few days before.
Why the tone of the 20-year Instagram posts changed so suddenly is still unclear.
The McNamara family lawyer revealed that the young model called her family to mourn the night she died
WHY WAS IT ANNOYING?
The lawyer for the McNamara family revealed that the young model called her family crying the night she died.
"I declare that the family of the Greek authorities is expected to respond to the causes and circumstances of his death," said the statement of Mr. Triantafyllopoulos.
"In particular, given that the deceased communicated by telephone with his mother and brother shortly before the unfortunate incident under investigation.
"She was crying and she referred to an incident that took place on the yacht with another member of the crew."
No further details were provided about the call or the incident that motivated her family or lawyer.
A video that lasts several minutes shows the final moments of Mrs. McNamara's death (in the photo)
WHY NOT CCTV?
The Mayan Queen IV is equipped with CCTV surveillance cameras, and Greek authorities took pictures of the incident.
The video that lasts several minutes shows the final moments of Mrs. McNamara's death, local media reported.
But the images have not been publicly disclosed, and the authorities have not made a statement about the content.
Sinead McNamara (pictured) sold all his belongings and flew to Europe to work aboard Queen Maya IV
TRAGIC TIMELINE OF AUSTRALIAN INSTAGRAM & INFLUENCER & # 39; S DEATH
On the photo: Sinead McNamara, 20, who was from Port Macquarie, New South Wales
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 20-year-old Australian star of Instagram travels across 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, September 1: The port authorities say that the first indications suggest that the bikini model may have taken life
Sunday, September 2: The remaining crew of Queen Maya IV can leave the Port of Argostoli
Tuesday, September 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".