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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jadyn

Posted at 5:01 PM on December 7, 2012  

Nobody intended for it to happen. Things just got out of hand. It’s not their fault if the nurse took it so badly. I mean, worst things happen everywhere. .

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ann

Posted at 4:54 PM on December 7, 2012  

just a prank? is it funny to yell fire i a crowded room? just a prank next time your doctor should prank you by telling you you have one month to live you see how funny that is . unless you worked all night taking care of people and at your most weary you can see how a lapse in judgement can occur thats how they got away aside for the added strss of trying to please an impotant guest .. these people are selfish morons just for a cheap laugh. for a dumb show

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James from Sydney

Posted at 4:38 PM on December 7, 2012  

Some of these comments are just SICK! How were they to know this would happen? This person was obviously unstable to begin with. To blame it on a prank is just pathetic!

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just sayin'

Posted at 3:43 PM on December 7, 2012  

Maybe the hospital should have a better protocol and smarter staff.
Funny prank, no harm meant. It wasn’t their fault that the staff were stupid. Who in their right mind would believe that call. It was sooooo badly imitated. Sad someone took her own life over the situation, but it was a selfish move and now so many people including Kate, William and the DJ’s have the weight of this on their shoulders.

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spyndy

Posted at 3:41 PM on December 7, 2012  

they say “apparent suicide”…..we will never know the truth but my guess is it wasn’t suicide!

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julieynwa

Posted at 3:41 PM on December 7, 2012  

I don’t find any of this funny!! I didn’t yesterday, I feel for the poor Woman’s family, her children without there Mummy at Christmas, I do think the both DJ’s should be sacked, they didn’t think before they put there stupid plan into action!!! As for Royal Family killing people off, well i think you need medication!!!

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jaym

Posted at 3:24 PM on December 7, 2012  

the prank call isn’t “horrible” if you plan on getting turned down but when you ask for information, especially in this case, you’re asking for trouble. they didn’t consider that after the slip-up they could be costing someone their job and additionally making them publicly shamed. once they got through they should have just hung-up. I know they never thought a death would come from it, but when you publicly humiliate someone you never know how their going to react. my 2 cents.

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jaym

Posted at 3:29 PM on December 7, 2012  

they’re*

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chris

Posted at 4:52 PM on December 7, 2012  

you are so right

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Deb

Posted at 3:02 PM on December 7, 2012  

I feel like a jerk because yesterday I thought it was hilariously funny and now I just feel sad for everyone – it never really ever occurred to me how it was impacting those poor people who work at the hospital … we could all learn a lesson from this, I know I did…

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Bjorn

Posted at 1:40 PM on December 7, 2012  

She pissed off the Queen, now she’s dead.

Occams razor doesn’t return the result “suicide”.

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Maxine

Posted at 4:07 PM on December 7, 2012  

Bjorn, there is no evidence that “she” caused the Queen any upset. Enough already. No need to muddy the water. The impersonators are alive and well – more’s the pity.

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lord spencer

Posted at 1:19 PM on December 7, 2012  

I just saw a lord, stupid brit elites, she was suicided by the inbreds for knowing too much, either reptile hybid, or In vitro fertilization from a human donor, the good thing is, no harm was done the royals,

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Anon

Posted at 1:06 PM on December 7, 2012  

So royal family murders this nurse, calls it suicide and you crazy people are mad at the radio station? It was an innocent prank. At best it was semi-unprofessional and a bit lame. They do not deserve a shred of an ounce of blame for the supposed “suicide”. Nobody with common sense would utter something so ridiculous.

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Lucy

Posted at 1:20 PM on December 7, 2012  

No, what’s ridiculous is people like you believing the royal family would murder a nurse for making a harmless mistake. Obviously she must have had problems in her life that contributed to what she did – no one is suggesting that the prank-call was the only reason she committed suicide. I don’t blame the radio station for her death, they couldn’t have known what would happen, the point is they shouldn’t have made the call in the first place, it was wrong. As a British citizen, if I seriously believed that the royal family was behaving like some kind of mafia organisation, I would not want to live here anymore. But unlike you, I’m not a crazy conspiracy theorist.

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Bjorn

Posted at 1:42 PM on December 7, 2012  

The British Royal Family has murdered millions for shiny rocks in the past.

You think they have any qualms about killing?

 
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lord spencer

Posted at 1:22 PM on December 7, 2012  

spot on, cheerio

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Arindam Bagchi (@intenseevil)

Posted at 12:53 PM on December 7, 2012  

if u think the prank callers are at fault, then YOU are whats wrong with this world. Its obviously the Mafia Royal Family. they have done this before many times to avoid shame.

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Lucy

Posted at 1:01 PM on December 7, 2012  

I think you need to get back on your meds.

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Lucy

Posted at 12:22 PM on December 7, 2012  

Prank-calling a hospital is completely immoral, regardless of who the patient in question is, and using a young woman’s difficult pregnancy as material for a joke is pretty low. Very sad news to hear about this poor woman’s death, my thoughts are with her family.

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Mel

Posted at 12:20 PM on December 7, 2012  

Yes, the prank was infantile but a mere silly radio prank is no reason for an otherwise sane person to commit suicide leaving a family behind and suffering. This nurse clearly had underlying issues. It would be ridiculous to suggest that we should all walk on eggshells because there is the possibility that someone could be overly sensitive to a stupid joke.

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Renee

Posted at 12:39 PM on December 7, 2012  

The woman was going to lose her job and probably her license. People have committed suicide for less when you know how hard it is to become a nurse. Plus we nurses are extremely sensitive to patient’s wellbeing. You must not be a nurse

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lord spencer

Posted at 1:24 PM on December 7, 2012  

the queen mum wanted her gone

 
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James Campbell

Posted at 1:34 PM on December 7, 2012  

I wonder when and where you obtained your qualification in psychiatry? Your remarks are based on a lack of understanding of depression. This event you call a ‘prank’ may have been the last straw for someone who may have had high standards of behaviour which appears to conflict with the ‘do or say what you like whoever is offended’. Respect for a patient’s privacy and anger at those who abuse this is NOT ‘walking on eggshells’.

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b0nh0p373

Posted at 1:44 PM on December 7, 2012  

that’s logical in most cases. But when you thrust an otherwise unknown person into the world of public spotlight, in such humiliating fashion, without her permission, then you have to take into consideration that an “otherwise sane” person might not be able to deal with the immediate scrutiny. and she took her spouse and family with her into that shame. You don’t know how that “shame” spoke to her cultural/family traditions or how it impacted her getting calls or visits from harmless people who meant insult, or people who like you thought it was no-big-deal. Folks have snapped for less. The DJs had a responsibility to consider the implication on people who had no idea and what it might/could mean for their jobs….she was made the example, without getting a say. Whatever her “issues” you think she had- shame,ridicule and public scrutiny did not help. That is the DJ’s fault. Her suicide? her fault. Yes, pranks are all infantile, until somebody dies.

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Idlerider

Posted at 1:59 PM on December 7, 2012  

This displays the sadly rose-coloured view of someone who’s obviously never suffered from depression. Most sensitive folk would find the nurse’s reaction entirely understandable. We should all walk a little way on eggshells when the need arises – it’s called civilisation.

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Dino

Posted at 12:19 PM on December 7, 2012  

I believe the royal family and the British secret agents killed the nurse
It is not the first time
Remember what happened to Diana

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Lucy

Posted at 12:26 PM on December 7, 2012  

Don’t be so ridiculous. This isn’t the mafia we’re talking about. I think you’ve been watching too many movies.

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Dino

Posted at 12:34 PM on December 7, 2012  

I hope I am wrong about what I wrote
But a normal and healthy person does not suicide leaving a husband and two kids
I am really sorry I made you upset
It was just a thought

 
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lord spencer

Posted at 1:28 PM on December 7, 2012  

of course the inbreds would never do anything evil, they are like gods

 
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Bjorn

Posted at 1:43 PM on December 7, 2012  

You’re right. The Mafia usually hesitated to kill women and children. Very different from the House of Windsor.

 
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Maxine

Posted at 4:18 PM on December 7, 2012  

You are, of course, entitled to your belief. Do you feel that you are next on their hit list for exposing them? Perhaps a reach out to your doctor might help save you.

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Laarni

Posted at 12:12 PM on December 7, 2012  

This is just so sad. It is a fact that the media/reporters would go to any length to have some information, but I have a suspicion though that the Hospital’s attitude might have contributed to the culmination of this decision on her part. So tragic.

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Lesley

Posted at 12:10 PM on December 7, 2012  

Why do moron’s like these two radio presenters always apologise when if they really had any respect for people they wouldn’t pull a stupid prank like this in the first place.
It’s always easy to be sorry after the event.
These two idiots should be totally ashamed of themselves for playing such a prank in the first place but now the nurse has committed suicide I hope it haunts them for the rest of their stupid lives.
I’m British and I’m very proud of, and love, our Royal Family and our nurses.
These this stupid, thoughless, arrogant morons have show disrespect and contempt to our Queen and our wonderful nurses by this mindless act.
They should be sent to the tower (of London) and the keys thrown away!

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Wendy

Posted at 11:54 AM on December 7, 2012  

Cowards have both taken down their twitter accounts. What goes around comes around…. The consequences of their mean pranks caused a loss of life and the ruin of many other, perhaps even their own.

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lord spencer

Posted at 1:25 PM on December 7, 2012  

the queen mum wanted her suicided

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Nazia

Posted at 11:45 AM on December 7, 2012  

Instead of now pointing fingers at the pranksters, we should think abt what happened when it was discovered. am sure the hospital had its part of responsibility torturing the poor nurse and maybe even firing her for all we know. The nurse was innocent and anyone could have fallen for the prank.

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Mark

Posted at 11:43 AM on December 7, 2012  

It is difficult to express the outrage I feel aboout this. I hope this pair of idiots get the message worldwide. They should be so, so ashamed. Irresponsible puerile fools.

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onecatfish

Posted at 11:33 AM on December 7, 2012  

Delete the call. Posting it is in bad taste.

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Jazzy Spazzy

Posted at 11:28 AM on December 7, 2012  

Disgusting. Both of them have themm deleted their twitters. What cowards.

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Mark

Posted at 11:45 AM on December 7, 2012  

Quite agree. They can give it out, but not take it. Spineless.

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lord spencer

Posted at 1:26 PM on December 7, 2012  

she was suicided by the royal scum

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Jean

Posted at 11:21 AM on December 7, 2012  

What a horriple stigma to be linked to Kate’s pregnancy. Something had to be terribly wrong in the nurse’s life for her to do such a horrible thing to her husband and two children. This all sounds fishy to me.

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Bea

Posted at 11:17 AM on December 7, 2012  

Common decency in this situation would be to not replay the call that caused this terrible situation, don’t you think?

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MsA

Posted at 12:17 PM on December 7, 2012  

It’s so sad for her husband her two children that the call will probably be on the internet forever.

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Jake

Posted at 11:13 AM on December 7, 2012  

Everyone laughs until something bad happens, then they are quick to point fingers

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Bob

Posted at 1:57 PM on December 7, 2012  

Take the time we cried from embaressment as a child in front of the whole school and ran all the way home. Now multiply it by world wide ridicule after we’ve just “spoken to the Queen”…OR…Remember the time we had our 15 minutes of fame as a guest of Leno and Letterman? Who could have predicted which one of us would answer the phone?

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