An inquest heard that a “ambitious” model committed suicide after struggling with anxiety.
Amy Gregory, 24, was discovered dead on January 2 at her home in Barry, Wales.
The young woman working on Babestation had a history of anxiety and depression.
Two days after New Year’s Eve, emergency personnel were called to the scene, where she was sadly pronounced dead.
Amy has been described as a “strong willed” and “witty, smart, and beautiful young woman” by family and friends.
Following the tragedy, her mother, Karina, paid tribute to her daughter.
She said: “Amy was a smart, ambitious, witty young woman with a gentle heart and a lovely laugh.
“At 24, Amy had experienced more than most at her age.
“She was a resilient, strong, and beautiful girl who had overcome a lot of struggles and made the most of her short life.
“Her family will miss her dearly. We will miss her laugh, her perfect smile, her cheek, her humour, and her bubbly personality.
“Although we will never get over losing Amy we will carry on together and keep her memory alive in our home and in our hearts.
“We hope that wherever Amy is now she feels at home, safe, loved, healed, and free.”
A fundraising page has since been set up which has raised over £6,500.
A post on the page said: “Amy was a witty, smart, and beautiful young woman and she was very loved by her family and friends.
“She was strong-willed, ambitious, and resilient. Her laugh was loud, her smile was wide, and her heart was big.
“She loved animals and she doted on her two fur-babies Bennie and Blanca.
“Amy worked as a glamour model and she was a much-loved colleague to her work family at Babestation TV where she was known affectionately as her work alias Chloe Love.
“Chloe had many fans and people who cared for her and her bubbly personality brought a lot of light to what can often be a dark industry.
“Unfortunately that light wasn’t always bright enough to shine for Amy all the time and she often struggled with bouts of deep depression.”
Amy Louise Gregory, 24, had a history of anxiety and depression, according to Coroner Patricia Morgan.
“Amy was discovered at her home on January 2, 2022. She was pronounced dead at the scene.”