The British pole dance champion, who has been dubbed a “national treasure” twice, hanged himself while suffering from depression during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Sun reported that Jessica Leanne Norris, 27, was unresponsive at a friend’s house in Bolton on June 15, 2020.
The exporter said that the tragic woman wrote in a note: “Don’t come in. Please make 999 circles. I’m sorry.”
The hearing said that Norris won the title of Miss British Pole Dancer in 2011 and 2015, and she has been struggling with mental health issues since she was a teenager.
Her mother, Alanna Norris, said: “Jesse lives a structured life, and she has been struggling when lock-in means she can’t teach teach or participate in pole dancing competitions.”
The young woman had been taking antidepressants as a fitness trainer and stayed at the home of her friend Brian Compton during the country’s first lockdown.
According to “The Sun” report, on the morning of her death, Compton reported to her via text message, but did not respond at work. When he returned, he found her body in the bedroom.
The report stated that the toxicologist found no evidence of drugs or alcohol in her system.
The avid pole dancer established her first studio when she was 15 years old and launched a fundraiser for mental health charities in 2019.
Kay Penney, the founder of Miss British Pole Dance, described Norris as a “national treasure”.
Penney said: “Thank you for your contribution, and being a true ambassador of aviation art, moved so many lives, hearts and souls, and moved many of us with delightful, memorable and fascinating routines. “
She added: “Thank you for your unquestioned dedication and for sharing your talents through many classes, master classes, camps, events and competitions.”
“You have shined like a beacon of hope at many stages, and your legacy will always exist in Polish history and live forever as my Polish daughter. For many years, I have been thanking and in your reign During the period, he served as the doubles women’s singles champion.”