The Mother of a six year old son was found dead in a Berlin apartment on February 9th. Although the police one External negligence excluded has, the cause of death of the former GNTM candidate is still unclear. A autopsy should now bring light into the dark.
GNTM model Kasia Lenhardt: News of her death caused a great shock wave
Kasia Lenhardt became famous in 2012t, when the native Polish took part in the casting show “Germany’s next top model” (ProSieben). In the final with model mom Heidi Klum, Kasia Lenhardt was the first to drop out – but then made a name for herself as a model and as an influencer. Before her death, the name of the 25-year-old appeared in the headlines more and more often.
The reason was public separation of her ex-boyfriend Jérôme Boateng (32) and the subsequent shit storm that the young mother had to endure. Just a few days later the news of her death shocked all of Germany.
GNTM (ProSieben): Kasia Lenhardt’s body is autopsied – cause of death still unclear
Since then there have been many pages on Instagram that Demand justice for Kasia Lenhardt and the clarification of the circumstances of death. Although the police rule out third-party negligence in the death of Kasia Lenhardt, many fans still have unanswered questions. On the one hand, photos of the place where the 25-year-old died, and the grieving mother also speaks publicly of “evidence” (we reported).
The Kasia Lenhardt’s cause of death is unclear – why is still being investigated in the case of the deceased model.
The body of Jérôme Boateng’s ex-girlfriend Kasia Lenhardt will now be autopsied. “With regard to the death of the person in question, a death investigation will be initiated at the Berlin public prosecutor’s office.
The Berlin public prosecutor’s office ordered the autopsy, ”the public prosecutor’s office in charge informed the portal upon request. To what extent the Autopsy will shed light on the dark and whether this information will ever reach the public is unclear.
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