United Airlines trans stewardess dies after sharing emotional post
A transgender woman flight attendant, who gained popularity after appearing in a commercial for United Airlines, was allegedly found dead in her Colorado home on Monday, reported The Independent. Before her death, Kayleigh Scott (25) posted a heartbreaking note for her family and friends, asking them to remember the "good memories" that they shared. Reportedly, Scott's mother confirmed her daughter's death on social media.
I am sorry I could not be stronger: Scott
In her Instagram and Facebook posts, Scott wrote, "As I take my final breaths and exit this living earth, I would like to apologize to everyone I let down. I am so sorry I could not be better." "I will see you all again on the other side," she added naming a few of her loved ones in the letter.
Scott was struggling with depression
To note, Scott rose to fame in 2020 when United Airlines featured her as part of its diversity campaign. In the video, she talked about her transition and how her peers at the company supported her through her journey. According to The Independent, the following year, Scott opened up about her struggle with depression. The cause of her death is yet to be confirmed.
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