Fashionista suicide update: A diary left behind by Ashley Anne Riggitano Wednesday was found on the George Washington Bridge. The contents inside revealed the depths of the 22-year-old woman's depression. Additionally, five "frenemies" were included on Ashley's grudge list and suggests bullying could have prompted the woman to take her life. And then there's mention of a mystery male.
RadarOnline, in a Feb. 7 report, said authorities investigating the fashionista's suicide said a letter inside the woman's Louis Vuitton bag appears to blame five enemies in her death.
Investigators also found the prescription medications Adderall and Klonopin in the designer bag.
The fashionista's diary indicated the woman had deliberately left behind information for investigators to learn more about what and who caused her to commit suicide.
Additionally, Ashley's notes detailed her deep torment, despair and also included the names of individuals not allowed to her funeral services.
"Go try to kill yourself on Xanax again, you untable [sic] loser. Go f*** yourself and never speak to me again," read a message on Facebook left behind allegedly by one of Ashely's frenemies.
Riggitano, who recently graduated from a respected school of merchandising and later interned at popular brand companies throughout Manhattan, started her own jewelry business called, Missfits.
Victoria Van Thunen, Riggitano's business partner, posted an impassioned message on Facebook, which addressed Ashley's rumored best friend.
"Those who incessantly blame others as the cause of their issues should perhaps take a step back and reevaluate these situations. The common thread may be that 'they' aren't the problem, but rather that YOU are,'" she wrote.
Information surfaced that the five girl's names which appear in the fashionista's diary after her suicide, target alleged bullies, who were pitted against Ashley.
However, other information suggests that Riggitano had a role in giving and receiving harassment. While the sources are mixed, it is obvious there was some type of friction. Whether it was self-induced, caused by friends who targeted her or was something else altogether, has not been confirmed.
Hopefully, family and friends learn more about what led to the fashionista's suicide soon. Only then can there be closure of the death of a woman gone too soon.