Kate Middleton Nurse’s Alleged Suicide: Twitter Explodes With Anger

Fri, December 7, 2012 11:02am EDT by 85 Comments
Kate Middleton Nurse Dead
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Posted at 4:02 AM on February 11, 2013  

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Savithri

Posted at 8:37 PM on December 10, 2012  

She should not have ended her life on some prank. She should have been mature enough to know life is most important gift, shouldn’t throw it away for silliness. There should be some other reason for her suicide. Poor DJs are made to take the blame. Silly nurse, killed herself and pushed these two youngsters in hell

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Savithri

Posted at 8:29 PM on December 10, 2012  

I don’t think these two DJ’s should be held responsible for that nurse ending her life. Who knows what problems she was into. People are pranksing all the time like 1st April, during Halloween and day to day life. It should be considered harmless fun. it is unfair to be so hard on these two DJs. I think it’s even stupid of that nurse to have committed suicide if this was the reason but I truly believer it’s not the real reason.

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kelz

Posted at 1:31 PM on December 10, 2012  

This nurse did NOT release any information regarding The condition of the Duchess. She simply connected the call through to another nurse. You would much better off if you researched your article properly instead of causing more pain to an already devastated family by printing lies.

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Vicary

Posted at 2:44 AM on December 10, 2012  

But why suicide? I don’t get it.

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Ed Jones

Posted at 4:55 PM on December 9, 2012  

Was it a suicide? Or was the nurse used as a symbol, to prevent the Diana tragic from repeating itself.

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Philip McCracken

Posted at 2:39 PM on December 9, 2012  

The only person responsible for the nurse’s suicide is the nurse. What a cruel and selfish thing to do to her husband. Talk about taking things too seriously – idiot.

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Plutogirl

Posted at 11:17 PM on December 8, 2012  

Stop buying these rags so the media will stop shoving these people down our throats. Schmate Middleton has accomplished NOTHING with her life. The concept of “royalty” is outdated and medieval and wrongly leads people to believe some human beings are innately better than others because of the circumstances of their birth or marriage. They are not! The fault is with the idol worship that goes along with the false notion that these people somehow deserve worldwide adoration. Abolish monarchy, royalty, and aristocracy from the face of this planet!

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disgusting

Posted at 2:20 PM on December 8, 2012  

there are people in this world who have important jobs and who takes their job really serieus, I hope the dj are satisfied with their frank it has succeed….

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Savithri

Posted at 8:34 PM on December 10, 2012  

If Her job was important then she shouldn’t have ended her life on some prank. She should have been mature enough to know life is most important gift shouldn’t throw it away for silliness

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frank

Posted at 1:24 PM on December 8, 2012  

IT IS NOT THE DJ’s FAULT you imbeciles. the prank was funny and not mean. people Do not commit suicide over this…something else mental health wise was going on with this poor lady…and nobody helped her

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Wade Campbell

Posted at 9:36 PM on December 8, 2012  

How do we know what the hospital and royal family’s response was once they discovered the “prank”. They now state publicly that there was no criticism of the nurse, only support for her. Really? So people rush in to support her. And she kills herself. Makes sense?

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sonja

Posted at 12:20 AM on December 9, 2012  

That’s exactly what I was thinking. My instincts tell me: I don’t think she was fully supported at work as they claim to say they had been.(I would take that back if its false) Jacintha must have felt trapped and lonley and because the whole incident involved a high profile couple it made things worse for her and she must of felt there was no way out. Humiliated and pressurised she must of felt as these two idiots broadcasted it worldwide. As her friends described her as ‘quiet’ individual wouldn’t have helped matters.

She knew she was a hard working professional dedicated to her job however, she may have thought it didn’t matter anymore as it tarnished her reputation. This woman must have been petrified.

Feel so sorry for her and my heart goes out to her family. May Jacintha R.I.P! X

 
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Ed Jones

Posted at 5:02 PM on December 9, 2012  

Wade, I don’t believe the nurse committed suicide.

 
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Savithri

Posted at 8:32 PM on December 10, 2012  

You are very true, these DJs are made to take the blame. Who knows what was bothering her?

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Mia

Posted at 6:51 AM on December 8, 2012  

That was auto text .. Layoff the. Djs The media and paps are awful this is mainly the publicitys fault ..lookat the way the paps treat the celebs 100x worse .what would happen if a celeb took their life because of the vultures of the media.

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Mia

Posted at 6:48 AM on December 8, 2012  

Guys most of the reason this happend was because of the media they are always out of line look attune way the laps treat celebs!! What would happen if a celeb took their life . Sralylay off the dis it was a prank

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Posted at 9:25 PM on December 7, 2012  

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John Stone

Posted at 8:30 PM on December 7, 2012  

The incident is all a conspiracy, the prank was a joke and shouldn’t be taken so seriously. Who dies over a prank call, it’s all too conincidental.

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Nagas

Posted at 10:59 PM on December 7, 2012  

That is why you shouldn’t do that…They are terrorising other countries? An Australian came to Hawaii this year and was wrecklessly driving a rented jet ski. KILLED a 16 year old girl. His girlfriend deleted videos of the incident in an attempt to protect him. Forensics recovered those videos from her camera and she was found tampering with evidence. What kind of country are you? LOSERS!!!

NOT FOND OF AUSSIES!!!

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D'nini Mack

Posted at 6:57 PM on December 7, 2012  

I think this is such a tragedy. However, in another article, a physchiatrist pointed out that this nurse may have had other mental issues or problems and this was just the ‘final straw’ that pushed her over the edge. I really can’t say that the DJ’s are at fault for the nurses suicide. They are like reporters who are seeking for news. I douby that they expected that something like this would happen. I tend to believe the physchiatrist. She stated that the ‘prank’ wasn’t serious enough for anyone to commit suicide over. I’m disgusted and upset that this nurse took her life……but I’m just not sure that the DJ’s are to blame.

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ACooke108

Posted at 8:25 PM on December 7, 2012  

Tell that to the dead nurses’ parents.

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Nagas

Posted at 11:04 PM on December 7, 2012  

The DJ’s prank was the “final straw” and they did cause her suicide! Maybe the prank would not be enough to push someone to commit suicide, but the repercussions OBVIOUSLY were…That is MAJOR PUBLIC HUMILIATION!

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frank

Posted at 1:13 AM on December 8, 2012  

the nurse broke what the rules confident and told private info to someone not family related, she couldnt live with it so she killed her self, the aussies should get sent to jail or banned from ever being on any sort of radio or tv show ever

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Gena Reynoldson

Posted at 6:24 PM on December 7, 2012  

Let this be a lesson to everyone in the whole world, “be careful what you say, what you do, how you treat other people” because anything can happen depending on how the other person reacts. basically this nurse was being bullied by the whole world because of what these 2 Austrailians did. Again I say, becareful what you do! I believe these 2 DJ’s should be legally charged for contributing to this ladies death.

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Tabitha

Posted at 6:17 PM on December 7, 2012  

If anything I reckon the higher ups in the hospital wanted her severely disiplined or sacked (I know they said she wasn’t but I know what management are like and she would not have been supported by the hospital senior staff who would have basically taken her to task over putting the djs through – I do hope some questions are asked of them!

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sonja

Posted at 12:29 AM on December 9, 2012  

I agree with you! 100%! My managers are like that at work!

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Millie

Posted at 4:18 AM on December 9, 2012  

And who was presurising the managers at the hospital? Both the hospital and the monarchy have made statements to keep themselves from blame! How can people like us stand up against this kind of bullying?

 
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Debrah Ross

Posted at 5:57 PM on December 7, 2012  

Those Australian disk-jockeys who made the prank call to the King Edward VII Hospital give new meaning to the word “stupid” for pulling such a stunt. But the hospital is not entirely blameless. Why didn’t the suits at the top anticipate some member of the public trying to reach Kate’s room? When major celebrities are hospitalized, every effort to protect them should be enforced. That includes screening of calls coming in. I doubt that Queen Elizabeth II makes her own phone calls, no more than President Obama, the Pope, or anyone at that level. I’m not sure why that didn’t occur to the staff who came in contact with the people from the radio station. I’m an American, yet I could easily tell that was not the Queen on the phone, plus she would never say something as goofy as “the little bug in her tummy.” I can also recognize the voice of Prince Charles, who was obviously not the other person on the line. However, if the nurse did commit suicide because she wasn’t able to tell if the voice on the line was genuine, then there had to be something emotionally or mentally wrong with her. It was a moronic situation, but the fault wasn’t with the nursing staff. Administration should have made arrangements with the police and royal family to screen any calls coming to Kate’s room, instead of leaving the staff with the task of making the identification of the Royal Family a guessing game.

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Nagas

Posted at 11:07 PM on December 7, 2012  

You are right…Honestly, I would have done the same thing the nurse did. What if it really was the Queen and Prince. Would you question them? Hang up on them?

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Plutogirl

Posted at 11:19 PM on December 8, 2012  

Yes, I would. They are human beings, no better than you or I.

 
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Plutogirl

Posted at 11:19 PM on December 8, 2012  

The Middleton broad is not any kind of celebrity. She cannot sing, dance, or act. She hasn’t found a cure for cancer or risked her life to save others. Stop glorifying these people for doing nothing!

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Ed Jones

Posted at 5:09 PM on December 9, 2012  

I don’t believe the nurse committed suicide.

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From Gernaby

Posted at 3:20 PM on December 12, 2012  

This is exactly the right answer! Nurses are not trained to decide genuine calls from fakes. The hospital should take measures to protect the privacy of patients and the working peace of the nurses and other employees. They are not professionals, they are amateurs…

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A grown-up

Posted at 5:17 PM on December 7, 2012  

This is a prime example of what can happen when these ‘so-called’ comedians drag innocent people into their pranks. We’ve had numerous similar pranks and comments from shock-jocks and ‘comedians’ here in Oz: Sandiland; Chaser; etc. BUT, while it may be all well and good to only blame the shock jocks, there is an ever growing audience out there of immature, warped and narcissistic people that are only capable of finding humour in this type of ‘comedy’. The more derisive the more satisfied they are and to hell with anyone who gets hurt in the process – so long as they get their fancy tickled. Perhaps one day these idiots will grow up and realise they are not the only people in this world and that they live in a community where we flourish by treating each other with respect. It’s a bit like the analogy of those louts that think it’s funny to kick over your mail box on their way home from the pub. One day they’ll get a job, work really hard to buy a house and someone will come along and knock their mail box out of the ground.

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MuMu19ner

Posted at 6:49 PM on December 7, 2012  

It’s suspicious too me, she had a husband ,and children to end her life like that; It’s unbelievable.

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Millie

Posted at 3:41 AM on December 8, 2012  

Well said MuMu19ner I agree she has no reason to kill herself. I think we should look for other reasons, not the DJs. There are too many bad things happening in ‘high’ places’ in the UK at the moment for it to be a coincidence. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 
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Ed Jones

Posted at 5:21 PM on December 9, 2012  

Thank you. I cannot believe the nurse killed herself. When family and friends call the hospital to inquire about patients, their call is transferred to the nurse managing that patient’s care, as this nurse did. This story do not add up. The nurse that gave the report should have ID the caller prior to providing information. Will there be a full investigation of this homicide? I don’t think so. So sad. Bless this family.

 
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