A court heard a “beautiful” young woman whose vitality lit up any room she entered, after she feared that her boyfriend was cheating on her.
Ella Emery, 27, was found dead in the property she shared with her partner, Jack Frit, in Milnesbridge, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, just before 8am on June 15, 2019.
Lawyers’ legal secretary Eaton Smith, who had a history of anxiety and self-esteem issues, feared that her boyfriend, a heating engineer at Kirklees Council, had been sending letters to other women before her death.
She also had concerns about money and was pressured into looking after her grandparents, Yorkshire Live reports.
The night before Ella died, Jack went out for drinks Celebrate a friend’s birthday while Ella stays at home.
Ella Emery, 27, was found dead in the property she shared with partner Jack Frit, in Milnesbridge, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, on June 15, 2019.
The Bradford Coroner court heard that Ella, who also worked as a part-time eyelash technician, later used his phone to text another woman while pretending to be him in order to confirm whether her suspicions were valid.
The court heard that Jack was initially arrested on suspicion of killing the 27-year-old after West Yorkshire Police launched a murder investigation.
But the heating engineer, who was 24 at the time of Ella’s death, denied speaking to another woman, telling the court: “I liked that girl a little.”
He was able to provide the officers with a detailed account of events that night and ordered the senior investigative officer, Sobt Mark Swift, to release Jack.
The officer said there was no evidence of an altercation and a criminal investigation was ongoing Projection.
During the hearing, coroner’s assistant Angela Brocklehurst heard that the couple shared a fiery affair.
She was also told that Ella had attempted suicide when she was in a previous relationship.
Mrs. Brockelhurst: She found herself in an affair with an old man who tried to control her.
She found the strength to leave him but began to doubt his worth. I took an overdose.
She formed a relationship with Jack and her sensitive emotional triggers were fidelity and loyalty.
The coroner concluded that the legal secretary, who had a history of anxiety and self-esteem issues, committed suicide
She enjoyed decorating her new home but was upset that Jack went out with his friends on a regular basis and left her behind.
In a previous relationship in 2016, she attempted suicide. This last attempt occurred when her partner was asleep and unable to help her.
That evening I explained events that I thought were unacceptable. There was her secret use of Jack’s phone in the early hours.
“None of us could and never would have known what was on Ella’s mind, but I am convinced that she cannot go on with her life despite the love and care of so many people around her.”
Mrs. Brockelhurst paid tribute to Ella, telling her family: “I am so sorry for your loss, the life of a beautiful young woman.”
After listening, Ella’s mother Jane Emery said: “It is easy and obvious to anyone to see that Ella was the most beautiful young woman, but her family and friends know that she was more than just that.
She was the most considerate, loving and caring person, and had much more personality than just good looks.
Her wit, humor, and liveliness lit up any room she entered.
With her passing, each of us will always have a piece of our heart broken and lost that can never be replaced.
Ella’s motto for life has been to “always represent the great” and that’s how we will always and forever remember her. The coolest daughter and friend.
The coroner recorded a verdict of suicide.
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