Kannada Bigg Boss fame actress Jayashree Ramaiah was allegedly found hanging on Monday. As per her close associates, she was going through depression and was getting treatment in Sandhya Kirana Ashram of Bengaluru, where she was found hanging.
Jayashree Ramaiah was a contestant in Bigg Boss Kannada Season 3. Unlike many participants, Jayashree did not get a lot of work opportunities after participating in the reality show. Reportedly she was unhappy about the lack of opportunities and had complained about it to her friends.
Earlier in June 24, 2020 she had posted on Facebook about feeling suicidal. However, Kannada star Kiccha Sudeep managed to console her. The actress was better for some time, but post that, she isolated herself from her friends and family, according to one of her close friends Shilpa, who told a local news channel.
On Monday, she stopped responding to messages and phone calls from family and friends, who then contacted the Ashram reportedly. When the authorities of the Ashram checked in she was found hanging. A case has been registered with Madanayakanahalli police station of Bengaluru rural under whose jurisdiction it falls.
According to inputs received from ABP Correspondent Pinky Rajpurohit, the body of Jayashree Ramaiya, a former Kannada actress and Bigg Boss contestant, was found hanging in an old ashram in Bangalore this afternoon. According to reports, Jayashree was a victim of depression and committed suicide on Sunday late at night.
The actress had set an alarm among fans and her well-wishers. The actress on July 22nd 2020 morning shared a post on her Facebook account saying, ‘I quit. Goodbye to this f*****g world and depression’, which drew the attention of the netizens.
However, Jayashree quickly deleted her post and shared a new update saying, ‘I’m Alright and safe!! Love you all.’
Again on 25th July, Jayashree went ‘LIVE’ on her social media handle and mentioned, ‘I am not doing all of this for publicity sake. I am not expecting financial help from Sudeep sir as well. I am only expecting my death as I am unable to battle depression. I am financially strong but depressed. I have been going through a lot of personal issues. I have been betrayed since childhood and unable to overcome it.’
Jayashree’s unnatural death has sent shockwaves in the Kannada film industry with many celebrities grieving her loss.
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