Amber-Lee Friis By writing
Finalist of the contest of Miss Universe New Zealand, Amber-Lee Friis has been found dead at the age of 23 years old the 18th of last may. A few weeks ago, the young woman had experienced a tragedy.
A real drama… Monday, may 18, the young Amber-Lee Friis is dead at the age of 23 years. Former candidate of the election of Miss Universe New Zealand, the young woman would have committed suicide according to the Daily Mail. According to the tabloid, she would not have supported the containment and the sudden loss of a very important person for her. She died nearly a month after the death of his beloved “second mother”, Kirsten Olason. She said that she felt that a “part of his heart” had been ripped off when she learned that her mother by adoption had died, 16 months after a STROKE fatal. “Mumma K, you were what I needed when I was younger”, she confessed in a tribute ripping on the 14th of April. Amber-Lee Friis thanked her for “giving him the courage to participate in a world dominated by men” and “have shown what the boys are away”. Kristen Olason, barely 43 years of age when she died, it was often a search for the young woman when she was arguing with her mother, offering her shelter and a shoulder to cry.
“You were the one I called my second mom, and I knew I could always count on you. I promise to keep our promises”, she said. On 12 may, only six days before his tragic death, Amber-Lee Friis has shared a photo of his account Instagram professional with the caption : “Young and naive”. The photo showed a girl standing between two paths, one offering “the happiest place in the world” with the green grass, rolling hills and the sun, while the other path is dark and empty. Friends stricken with the beauty queen have paid tribute to the “soul-spirited and kind”. In her childhood, Amber-Lee Friis has long been harassed and a victim of bullying from his classmates. At only 15 years old, she left the family home with her boyfriend to study mechanical engineering while working three nights per week.
Amber-Lee Friis : “I felt stuck and powerless”
“I remember sitting in my room one night and have thought about how life could be difficult. At a young age, you feel that the world weighs on your shoulders, confided in the columns of Stuff. I had a negative view of everything. I imagined you as an old lady, angry and big, but I thought : this is not what I want to be.” Contacted by the contest of Miss Universe New Zealand, Amber-Lee Friis saw the end of the tunnel. “I was like a lost sheep before you begin to write objectives and to concentrate on what I wanted to do. I felt stuck and powerless. No person should ever feel that way, she said to the NZ Stuff. I want to help young girls see their potential and put in place a plan of life to achieve it.”
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