Australian entertainment personality Charlotte Dawson committed suicide on February 22, 2014 and now the NSW Coroner's court has ruled that after their review of the evidence from the police they consider the matter finalized and there will be no inquest.
For the friends of the television personality the news was surprising considering there had been information released that she had been combating alcoholism with the use of the controversial drug Baclofen. The drug had been linked to suicide in several other people who had tried to combat alcoholism and depression.
The death of this entertainment personality was addressed in an article in the Australian Women's Weekly and while it expressed the concerns her friends had about the impact of Baclofen in her death it also set straight the issues surrounding her death that she was not in debt to her landlord nor was she living in filth.
Charlotte Dawson for entertainment insiders is an example that those in the public eye as entertainers have their weaknesses and illnesses such as depression and Internet bullying.
She was an entertainer who despite her beautiful looks and the bravado was actually a very funny and fragile woman in the eyes of her colleagues such as fellow judge Alex Perry of Australia's Next Top Model.
The finalization of her death has brought the spotlight back on the impact of social media bullying that she at times put herself in when she would severely criticize the appearance of some of the partners of AFL footballers.
Entertainment insiders suspect that soon there will be rumours of a television movie about this popular television personality to bring this issue even more into the spotlight in an attempt to ensure that people do not soon forget the life of Charlotte Dawson.