Only Fans and Babestation model Chloe Love dies suddenly at age 24

A ‘smart, ambitious and witty’ Babestation model has died after battling a hidden depression, her heartbroken family says.

Amy Gregory, 24, was a popular glamor model on the adult channel and had her own Only Fans account under the name Chloe Love.

Despite her outgoing public personality, Amy’s family says she struggled behind closed doors.

Friends raising money for Amy’s funeral say the glamor model from Pontypridd, South Wales, committed suicide earlier this month.

Her devastated mother Karina, 43, said: “At 24, Amy had been through more than most at her age.

‘She was a resilient, strong and beautiful girl who had overcome many difficulties and made the most of her short life.

Amy Gregory, 24, was a popular glamor model on the porn channel Babestation and ran her own Only Fans account under the name Chloe Love

Despite her outgoing public personality, Amy's family says she struggled behind closed doors.

Despite her outgoing public personality, Amy’s family says she struggled behind closed doors.

“Her family will miss her very much. We will miss her smile, her perfect smile, her cheeks, her humor and her sparkling personality.

Maria Grace, described as her “honorary aunt,” also paid an emotional tribute to the glamor model.

She said: ‘Chloe had many fans and people who cared about her, and her bubbly personality brought a lot of light into what can often be a dark industry.

“Unfortunately, that light wasn’t always bright enough to shine for Amy all the time, and she often suffered from deep depression.”

Maria said, “Amy was a witty, smart and beautiful young woman, and she was much loved by her family and friends.

“She was strong-willed, ambitious and resilient. Her laugh was loud, her smile was wide and her heart was big. She loved animals and adored her two fur babies Bennie and Blanca.

“Amy worked as a glamor model and she was a much-loved colleague of her work family at Babestation TV, where she was affectionately known as her work alias Chloe Love.”

But Maria said Amy had “traumatized through various life experiences,” including domestic violence.

Amy's colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter.  They wrote,

Amy’s colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter. They wrote, “Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.”

She added: ‘The effects of this had affected her mental health and she struggled behind closed doors with anxiety and depression.

“Amy killed herself a few days ago. Her heart and mind were in pain and this life became too much for her. Some hearts are just too gentle for this world.”

Amy’s colleagues at Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter. They wrote: ‘Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.

Words cannot express the sadness and pain we all feel as a community.

Chloe was the most kind hearted, funny and larger than life character. The sadness we share as a family is enormous, but our love for your life is even greater.’

Benefactors have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy’s funeral, which will take place later this month.

The funeral will take place on January 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd.

Benefactors have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy's funeral, which will take place later this month

Benefactors have already raised more than £6,000 for Amy’s funeral, which will take place later this month

Amy's funeral will take place Jan. 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, relatives say

Amy’s funeral will take place Jan. 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, relatives say

Amy's beloved dogs will lead the funeral cars for part of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favorite color

Amy’s beloved dogs will lead the funeral cars for part of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favorite color

Amy’s beloved dogs will lead the funeral cars for part of the journey and people are asked to wear something pink in their outfit as a nod to Amy and her favorite color.

Her family says there will only be a small number of people in the crematorium due to Covid rules, but everyone is welcome to stand outside to honor Amy and pay their respects.

In addition to raising money for her funeral, Amy’s friends and family also want to raise awareness for mental health charities.

The fundraising page said: ‘Depression is often a silent disease and I know how difficult it can be to ask for help and talk to family and friends, but there are organizations and helplines available to provide free support to all of us during times of crisis. sadness. , sadness and crisis.’

  • For confidential support, call the Samaritans at 116123 or visit a local Samaritans office. See www.samaritans.org for details.

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