Only Fans and Babestation model Chloe Love die suddenly at the age of 24

“Smart, ambitious and funny” model Babestation died after a fight with hidden depression, says her family with a broken heart.

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

However, despite her outgoing public figure, Amy’s family claims she struggled with closed doors.

Friends who raise funds for Amy’s funeral say the glamor model from Pontypridd in South Wales took her own life earlier this month.

Her devastated mother, Karina (43), said: “At the age of 24, Amy experienced more than most at her age.

“She was a resilient, strong and beautiful girl who overcame a lot of fights and made the most of her short life.

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

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

Despite her outgoing public figure, Amy's family claims she struggled with closed doors.

Despite her outgoing public figure, Amy’s family claims she struggled with closed doors.

“Her family will miss her very much.” We will miss her laughter, her perfect smile, her face, her humor and her spirited personality.

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

She said: “Chloe had a lot of fans and people who took care of her, and her spirited personality shed a lot of light on what can often be a dark industry.

“Unfortunately, the light wasn’t always bright enough to keep Amy going, and she often had bouts of deep depression.”

Maria said: “Amy was a funny, smart and beautiful young woman and her family and friends loved her very much.

“She was determined, ambitious and resilient. Her laughter 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 was a highly beloved colleague of her work family on Babestation TV, where she was lovingly known as her work alias Chloe Love.”

But Maria said Amy had “suffered trauma from various life experiences,” including domestic violence.

Amy's colleagues from Babestation also paid tribute on Twitter.  They wrote, 'Today we mourn the loss of our angel, Chloe Love.'

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

She added: “The consequences have affected her mental health and she has struggled with anxiety and depression behind closed doors.

“Amy took her own life a few days ago.” Her heart and mind ached and this life became too much for her. Some hearts are too tender for this world. ”

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

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

“Chloe was the kindest, most humorous and lifelong character. The sadness we share as a family is enormous, but our love for your life is even greater. ”

Fans have already raised more than £ 6,000 for Amy’s funeral later this month.

The funeral will take place on January 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium in Pontyprid.

Fans have already raised more than £ 6,000 for Amy's funeral later this month

Fans have already raised more than £ 6,000 for Amy’s funeral later this month

Amy's funeral will take place on January 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, family members say

Amy’s funeral will take place on January 24 at Glyntaff Crematorium, Pontypridd, family members say

Amy's beloved dogs lead funeral carts part of the way, and people are asked to wear something pink in their clothes as a nod to Amy and her favorite color.

Amy’s beloved dogs lead funeral carts part of the way, and people are asked to wear something pink in their clothes as a nod to Amy and her favorite color.

Amy’s beloved dogs will drive hearses for a while, and people are asked to wear something pink in their clothes as a nod to Amy and her favorite color.

Her family says that because of Covid’s rules, there will be only a small number of people in the crematorium, but everyone is very welcome to stand outside to honor Amy and pay homage.

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

The fundraising page stated: “Depression is often a silent illness and I know how difficult it can be to ask for help and talk to family and friends, but there are organizations and helplines that offer us all free support in times of grief. , sadness and crisis. “

  • For confidential support, call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit your local Samaritan branch. See www.samaritans.org for details.
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