Less than a year before the former star of The Bachelor and Bachelor Pad passed away on August 14 after trying to hang herself, she tweeted about a young bullying victim who also took her own life in the same tragic way.
After Gia Allemand‘s untimely death, her friends and family were quick to speak of her great kindness and compassion. Gia’s caring nature is also revealed through her Twitter, where she tweeted about her sorrow over the suicide of teenage bullying victim, Amanda Todd. Read on for more details.
Gia Allemand Bullied Before Suicide? — ‘Bachelor’ Star Tweeted About Bullying Before Death
Gia, 29, was distraught after the death of Amanda, a 15-year-old Canadian schoolgirl who committed suicide by hanging herself after she was blackmailed, bullied and physically assaulted.
On October 13, 2012, Gia tweeted, “BULLYS YOU SUCK RT @LuisAmazin: R.I.P Amanda she committed suicide because of bullying :'( This is her story…”
A couple days before, Gia retweeted a post from @SnarkySteff that said, “Words hurt. Pain lasts. And suicide is forever. Don’t bully. Please RT. #RIPAmandaTodd.”
In 2011, Gia confessed on Twitter that she was also a victim of bullying, so she could probably relate to Amanda’s struggles.
“As a victim of being bullied most of my life, I’m gonna say that people who can say mean things to other people and put them down are just insecure and depressed with their own life!” she tweeted.
Gia was obviously devastated by the story of Amanda’s suicide, so it’s surprising that, less than a year later, she would take her life in the same way.
Gia Allemand’s Last Words On Twitter Revealed
Gia, who rose to fame on season 14 of The Bachelor, posted a Bible verse from Proverbs 21:3 to her Twitter just one day before she tried to hang herself at her home in New Orleans.
Gia tweeted, “Doing what is right and fair pleases The Lord more than an offering.”
It’s unclear what Gia meant by this tweet, but we’re sure it has something to do with her state of mind at the time.
It’s all so terribly tragic. Our thoughts go out to Gia’s friends and family during this difficult time.
— Tierney McAfee