So sad. This tragic tale only becomes more grim, as a new report says that Jacintha lay the blame for her death at the hands of radio DJs Michael Christian and Mel Grieg.
More revelations are coming out since the tragic death of Jacintha Saldanha, believed to be suicide. As previously reported by HollywoodLife.com, three suicide notes were found with Jacintha’s body, and in one of them she reportedly slammed the Australian radio DJs Michael Christian and Mel Grieg, who prank called her when she was working at the King Edward VII Hospital.
Backstory Of The Prank
Jacintha was working on the night of Dec. 4, in the ward where Kate Middleton was suffering from acute morning sickness, when she answered a phone call from whom she thought was Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth. In fact, however, it was Michael and Mel calling from their 2DayFM Hot 30 show. Jacintha transferred the call to Kate’s room, and the prank became a media sensation.
Jacintha was tragically found hanging by her scarf in the nurse’s quarter of the London hospital, and three notes were found with her body. According to The Daily Mail, one note blamed the radio DJs.
Jacintha “wrote a short letter in which she expressed her deep anger at the Australian radio presenters and blamed them for her tragic death,” says a source. So sad.
In another note, she blamed the hospital, as a source said that “Jacintha was involved in a personal disagreement with a colleague several weeks before the prank call,” reports The Daily Mail. “The hospital had decided not to take any formal action but to put the two nurses on separate shifts. Jacintha made clear her disappointment and that she was not happy.”
Jacintha’s death is truly tragic, but at least her family may finally get the answers they are looking for.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Do you think the DJs could be responsible for Jacintha’s death?
— Eleanore Hutch
More Jacintha Saldanha News:
- Kate Middleton’s Pranked Nurse Inquest: Three Suicide Notes Found
- Pranked Nurse Criticized Treatment By Hospital Officials In Suicide Note
- Australian Radio Station Behind Kate Middleton Prank Being Investigated