TERRIFYING details regarding the death of teen Tiffany Valiante, who was discovered on some train tracks, have resurfaced.
When the 18-year-body old’s was discovered in 2015, it was determined that she had committed suicide. However, Tiffany’s family believes she was murdered since she was a happy young woman with ambitions.
After the October release of the new Netflix series Unsolved Mysteries, the cold case received new attention.
The first episode investigates Tiffany’s passing on July 12, 2015.
In their hometown of Mays Landing, New Jersey, Tiffany and her parents attended a graduation celebration on that particular day.
Around nine o’clock that night, everything changed when Tiffany’s friend told the parents of the deceased youngster that Tiffany had been using her debit card.
The friend’s mother and Tiffany’s parents then departed from the celebration to meet them at the Valiante residence.
The deceased teen visited her house to discuss matters as well.
The chat, which was alleged to have lasted less than 10 minutes, was short, Tiffany insisted, and she did nothing wrong.
Tiffany’s parents had discovered her skimming money from their bank account a few months previously, according to The Daily Beast.
After the friend had gone, Dianne and her daughter went to Tiffany’s car to check for the debit card.
Dianne, Tiffany’s mother, noticed her daughter slipping the card into her back pocket at this point.
When her husband returned, Tiffany was gone, so Dianne went back inside to look for him.
After she was gone for a few hours, her parents started ringing her phone.
Her parents learned about her phone, though, at the end of the driveway at 11 p.m.
They told Unsolved Mysteries: “I was devastated. I couldn’t understand how they could come up with that.
“My daughter wasn’t depressed. She wasn’t suicidal. Tiffany was happy!
“She was making plans to go to college, she was making plans with her roommate, she was making plans to play softball that Wednesday.
“She had plans to go to Great Adventure the next morning with friends.”