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KOTA KINABALU: Almost two hours after posting her goodbye message on Facebook, jilted housekeeper Hasrina Chee (pic) fell to her death at the Centre Point shopping mall here.
The 21-year-old is believed to have fallen from the mall’s sixth floor car park at about 11.30pm following her Facebook post at 9.42pm on Thursday.
According to her friends, she said sorry to her family and goodbye to her friends.
The screenshot of the posting has been making the rounds on social media. The post has since been removed from her Facebook page.
Kota Kinabalu city police chief Assist Comm Jauteh Dikun said they were investigating the case as sudden death and did not rule out suicide.
He said the police had sent the body for a post-mortem and were now recording statements from immediate family members and friends.
In her post, Hasrina also said that she “will close her eyes forever” while naming a person believed to be her former boyfriend and saying this was “a present” for him.
ACP Jauteh said the ex-boyfriend, said to be a security guard with the hotel where she worked, had lodged a report on May 7, claiming that Hasrina had threatened suicide if he did not take her back.
He urged friends of Hasrina, particularly those on Facebook, to come forward and assist the police in their investigations into her death.
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