Lee MacMillan was famous for traveling around the world in a van, and he died of suicide.
According to the local ABC and FOX news affiliate KEYT, Lee was 28 years old and was found dead in Santa Barbara, California on Friday, March 26.
Lee, a Canadian citizen, was reportedly hit and killed by an Amtrak train after missing. It is said that she did not have a car, wallet, keys, ID card and phone when she left the house.
KEYT reported that the authorities said at the time that she might have committed suicide.
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“After living an extraordinary life and having a brave battle with depression, our heart is broken and we shared that Li spent her life on Friday,”
Lee and her Australian partner Max Bidstrup used to post on Instagram and YouTube about their dog Occy’s travels. In January 2020, the couple announced their breakup and Bidstrup and Occy returned to Australia together.
In November 2020, Li released the news of his new boyfriend Jordan Chiu, and then bought a new truck in January 2021 in pursuit of more travel.
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Chiu wrote on Instagram on March 30: “Your dreams exceed my wildest dreams. You filled my heart and broke it, even beyond my imagination. You are my person, I My partner, my best person and friend. Every day with you is an adventure. I hope that no matter where you are, you can find peace and ugg. Comfortable puppy. I love you more than you Know more.”
Bidstrup also paid tribute to his predecessor on social media. “It’s always you [red heart emoji]”He wrote. “You are the best thing in me.” You are the best person I have ever met. I fell in love with you the day we met, but you are still the strongest person to say “I love you”.I will never stop loving you Mountie, hope you know [red heart emoji]. I will always cherish the time with you and hope to see you in the next world. Save me some mini eggs. “
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If you or someone you know has suicidal thoughts, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.