2023 Author: Steven Freeman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 15:22
The death of an Australian model who was found unconscious and with a rope around her neck on the yacht of a Mexican tycoon is complicated. Sources claim that the blonde tearfully called her family two days before passing away in mysterious circumstances.
Sinead McNamara, 20, was found last week in the back of the luxurious ship “Queen Maya IV”, anchored near the island of Kefalonia, in Greece and although she was transferred to a hospital by helicopter, she died on the way.
"The deceased had telephoned her mother and brother shortly before the unfortunate incident under investigation," reads a statement released on behalf of the McNamara family. "She was crying and referred to an incident that happened on board the yacht with another member of the crew."
"Sinead had no problems," the document continues. “She had contacted them and was happy. In two days she would return to see her family in Australia. Parents believe that it is crucial that both the incident and the events leading up to the death of their daughter be investigated.”
In the same document it was revealed that the girl remained "unconscious for several hours and in a comatose condition" before being transferred to an Athens hospital. "Every minute was critical to her life."
For its part, the MailOnline.com site revealed that on Wednesday afternoon McNamara was seen with friends in bars in the port of Argostoli where he had two drinks and a sandwich. Everyone looked happy and happy. You could see they were having a good time,”said a witness to the aforementioned site.
Now the authorities have the luxurious ship, owned by the emperor Alberto Baillerés anchored off the coast of the island of Kefalonia, in Greece, where the events occurred and he investigates what happened, although according to multiple sources, the matter is handled as a possible suicide.
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