Designer Kate Spade Wrote Suicide Letter to 13 Year Old Daughter – Details Here!

June 6, 2018
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Kate Spade, who passed away yeterday from an apparent suicide, reportedly left a suicide letter for her daughter, Frances Beatrice Spade who is only 13 years old. At that age losing her mom to such a tragic and sudden death must have been devastating to learn. Portions of the note which was leaked to TMZ, its fair to say is raising some suspicions about Kate’s death. In the note, she writes, “Bea – I have always loved you. This is not your fault. Ask Daddy!”

Beatrice’s dad is Kate’s husband and business partner, Andy Spade. The eerie circumstances around Kate death, although it has been deemed a suicide by officials, seems very suspicious in retrospect. Kate Spade was found dead in her Park Avenue apartment reportedly cold to the touch, and hung with a red scarf tied to a closet door knob in her bedroom.

The matter, we’re told is reportedly still under investigation to determine if their was any foul play in the designers death or was it what it looks like, a suicide. To most, it just seems like a bad joke which arouse suspicion that a designer hung herself with a red scarf.

If anyone reading this is contemplating suicide, or know someone who is, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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