Girl commits suicide after accidentally sending Snapchat to boyfriend


Charlotte Guy, 17, accidentally told her on-off boyfriend she cheated on him via a Snapchat message that was meant for her friend, an inquest heard.

Charlotte Guy apologized to Jack Hurst, 20, who was away at university and explained the message “wasn’t for him” before sending a series of alarming texts, following the Snapchat where she admitted her infidelity, reported The Daily Record.

“Goodbye. Please forgive me,” she wrote, before saying in a final message: “I love you—knowing that you hate me is enough.” Hurst said he grew concerned after she failed to answer his calls. He then phoned the police and used her Snapchat account to track down her location. But when they arrived on the scene near a college in Greater Manchester, Guy was found dead, hanging from a tree.

Hurst had also reportedly warned Guy’s parents of comments made to him about committing suicide.

According to toxicology reports, the day before her suicide, Guy had taken cocaine and alcohol together during a night out with friends.

It is important to note that you cannot save someone from wanting to harm themselves. You may edify someone and report it to the professionals, but each person makes their own choice about whether they will live or die prematurely at their own hands.

It is also important to note that using cocaine and alcohol opens one up for better demonic control. The substance lowers the consciousness and brings a person closer to the dream state where demons have greater control over a persons mind and body. Depending on the mission this person (demon) has for your life will determine how far you get when using these substances.

Demons can see calls on peoples life and for them the mission is usually death because the risk of you living and harming the kingdom of darkness is too high. If you have family members that you know are called by God, pray for them.

Many are called, but few are chosen.

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