Share via Email Jacintha Saldanha, who took a hoax call from Australian DJs posing as members of the royal family before she was found dead. Photograph: AP The nurse found dead after a hoax call to the hospital treating the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was found hanged, the Guardian understands. Jacintha Saldanha, 46, a mother of two from Bristol, was discovered unconscious at her nurses' flat near the private King Edward VII hospital in central London on Friday morning. A postmortem has been carried out, with the results expected to be officially announced at the opening of the inquest into her death on Thursday morning at Westminster coroners court. The Guardian confirmed a report on Sky News that she had been found hanged.
Afterwards, i have a little investigation of my own to make in which, perhaps, you will assist me. Poirot opened the door and went inside. Her friends leading her astray for years! I should like to be such a man. It is a pity he made it on a wednesday.
The call was broadcast on Australian radio; then it went out around the world. But the stunt took a horrific and unexpected turn on Friday, when the nurse who answered the call, year-old Jacintha Saldanha, was found dead, an apparent suicide. The Metropolitan Police would not release details of the death, except to say that they had received a call reporting that there was an unconscious woman at Weymouth Street, in central London, and two ambulance crews had arrived to find Mrs. Saldanha already dead.
And at the time I felt that I deserved it, people were saying you deserve to die and I honestly thought I do deserve to die. I believed everyone in the UK hated me and wanted me dead. There was not a lot of support at that time.