LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) — An advocate for sexual abuse victims who turned the topic of a Netflix documentary after alleging she was sexually assaulted at age 14 in Missouri has died by suicide, in accordance with her mom and a co-worker.Melinda Coleman, the mom of Daisy Coleman, introduced her daughter’s loss of life Tuesday on Fb. She was 23.“She was my greatest good friend and superb daughter,” Melinda Coleman wrote. “I feel she needed to make it appear to be I may stay with out her. I can’t. I want I may have taken the ache from her! She by no means recovered from what these boys did to her and it’s simply not honest. My child woman is gone.”Daisy Coleman was discovered useless in Denver after her mom referred to as police to verify on her, mentioned Shael Norris, govt director of SafeBAE, a gaggle Daisy Coleman co-founded to assist younger victims of sexual assault. Norris mentioned she heard the information from Coleman’s brother.Coleman appeared in a 2016 Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” which adopted her and her household as they dealt together with her assault and the hostile response of the Maryville neighborhood to her allegations. She acknowledged in on-line feedback that she had tried to kill herself at the very least twice earlier than.The opposite woman featured within the documentary, 15-year-old Audrie Pott, died by suicide days after she mentioned she was sexually assaulted by three boys in September 2012 in Sarasota, California.Coleman was the driving power behind the formation of SafeBAE after the documentary, mentioned Norris, who referred to as her loss of life “an irreplaceable loss.”“She was actually, actually good at what she did,” Norris mentioned, as a result of youngsters who’ve been assaulted knew she understood their issues“It is an enormous loss for the tradition basically as a result of I feel it was her resilience that has impressed so many different survivors to get assist and converse out,” Norris mentioned.On Jan. 8, 2012, Daisy and a 13-year-old good friend sneaked out of Daisy’s home and had been picked up by Matthew Barnett, who was 17 on the time, and another boys. They took the ladies to a celebration at Barnett’s home.Story continuesDaisy informed investigators she was given a transparent liquid earlier than being raped in a bed room whereas a second boy recorded the act on his cellphone. Officers mentioned in the course of the investigation that the video not existed. The boys then left her on her porch the place she stayed in freezing temperatures for a number of hours earlier than she was discovered.Barnett admitted having intercourse with Daisy however mentioned it was consensual.Coleman’s case was taken up by sexual assault sufferer advocates throughout the nation and prompted rallies and outrage, notably after a Kansas Metropolis Star report on the residents of Maryville reacting negatively to the Colemans.Barnett pleaded responsible in January 2014 to a misdemeanor youngster endangerment cost and was sentenced to 2 years of probation and a four-month suspended jail time period.Barnett’s sentence got here after Nodaway County’s then-prosecutor, Robert Rice, and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters-Baker each decided there was not sufficient proof to pursue a rape cost. Baker was introduced in to reopen the case after the Colemans and others criticized Rice for dismissing a felony cost towards Barnett.Melinda Coleman alleged Rice dropped the felony cost due to political stress — Barnett’s grandfather was a four-term Missouri state consultant who was a state trooper for 32 years. Rice mentioned he dropped the cost as a result of the Colemans stopped cooperating together with his investigation.