Kialia Posey’s mother confirmed her daughter’s death. Now, the family of the 16-year old has confirmed that she committed suicide.
Her family claims that Kailia Posey was killed by suicide.
On Tuesday, her mother confirmed the death of the 16 year-old star in Toddlers and Tiaras.
Now, her family has released a devastating statement. TMZTo confirm the cause of death.
It read: “Although she was an accomplished teenager with a bright future ahead of her, unfortunately in one impetuous moment, she made the rash decision to end her earthly life.”
The families were devastated and continued to suffer: “She won countless crowns and trophies after competing on the pageant circuit her entire life … Her highly acclaimed talent as a contortionist had already led to professional touring job offers, and she had recently been selected to be a cheerleader at her high school next fall.”
Kailia was also reported to have a passion for aviation. She planned to continue working in the entertainment sector while she worked towards her goal to become a commercial pilot.
Her mum posted the first news about her passing on Facebook on Tuesday with a statement reading: “I don’t have words or any thoughts. A beautiful baby girl is gone.
“We are deeply sorry for the loss of Kailia. Please respect our privacy. My baby for ever.”
She had just celebrated her 16th birthday a week before. Her fame was built on the reality TV series Toddlers and Tiara. It followed young people and their families as they participated in beauty pageants.
Her family has started a new business. Kailia Posey Teen Crisis FundIn an effort to provide’much-needed resources for students in crisis’
Following the sad news, many people sent tributes to the teen.
Kadan Bart-Rockt, America’s Got Talent’s magician, was one of those who paid their respects. He shared the post under Kailia’s Instagram account from April: “Can’t even believe this has happened. I’m praying for you guys to get through this. She always was so kind to all of us. Rest In Peace.”
Another message was sent by a coach in pageant speaking who worked with her: “I have experienced alot of loss in my life, but this one stings differently. Kailia was one the funnest and funniest young ladies that I have ever worked with in my coaching career.
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