The mum of a British model who plunged to her death taking photos on a clifftop pleaded with cruel trolls to stop mocking her daughter.
Madalyn Davis, 21, died at notorious selfie spot Diamond Bay near Sydney when she fell from the 100ft cliff.
Heartbroken mum Rebecca Smith called Madalyn a ‘wonderful, beautiful person that made a mistake’ as she took aim at the ‘nasty people’ online.
She said: “My daughter was not self-obsessed she was a wonderful beautiful person that made a mistake.
“How can you write such things? She has a little sister and brother can be reading these.
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“Fill your boots you nasty people, you are the ones that (have) to sleep with yourselves at night.”
Ms Smith shared several pictures of her daughter, calling her ‘my little weirdo’ and adding: “You were one in a million.”
Madalyn, from Lincoln, arrived in Australia late last year intending to start a new life after travelling in Thailand and Bali.
Online trolls brutally joked about suggestions the model died taking a selfie.
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One wrote: “Is anyone going to post the selfie that she died to take? I hope it was at least worth it.”
Another mocked: “I’m just wondering, did they ever recover the selfie picture?”
Madalyn’s mum responded: “Madalyn was loved she had integrity and decency.
"I wish you healing to whatever trauma lead you to behave this way.
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“She always wanted to be famous so thank you trolls you are making this happen….”
Madalyn visited Diamond Bay with seven friends to watch the sunrise after an all-night party.
Friends said she was sitting on the edge posing for a picture when she fell on Sunday. Her body was recovered after a search by air and sea rescuers.
New South Wales Police are reviewing CCTV footage to establish exactly how Madalyn fell from the cliff.
Signs warn tourists to stay away from the cliff edge and local mayor Paula Masselos said the height of fences in the area had been increased.
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