The nurse who answered a radio prank call about Duchess Catherine's pregnancy wrote three notes before she died, according to information that came out in a Westminster Coroner's Court hearing Thursday.
Jacintha Saldana forwarded a phone call from two Australian DJs claiming to be Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles to another nurse tending to the Duchess of Cambridge, who was in a London hospital suffering from acute morning sickness. Days later, Saldana was dead in an apparent suicide.
Saldana was found hanging by a scarf from a wardrobe door in quarters provided by the hospital, the Westminster Coroner's Court hearing revealed.
No word on what was in the three notes she left behind, but we did learn that two were found at the scene and another with her belongings.
The station behind the prank is now under investigation by Australian communications regulators. The company behind the station has promised to give Saldana's family all the profits it makes from advertising through the end of the year.
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