'Brianna, I'm coming': Kayleigh Scott's suicide note referred to friend who also took her own life

'Brianna, I'm coming': Kayleigh Scott's suicide note referred to friend who also took her own life
Kayleigh Scott (L) referred to her deceased friend Brianna Elizabeth Moore (R) in her suicide note (hayitskay97/Instagram and GoFundMe)

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

DENVER, COLORADO: Kayleigh Scott, a 25-year-old trans flight attendant who died by suicide at her Colorado home, referred to her 15-year-old friend who also killed herself, in her suicide note. Scott, a flight attendant who fronted a United Airlines commercial campaign, was discovered dead at her home on Monday, March 20, at her house in Denver.

"As I take my final breaths and exit this living earth, I would like to apologize to everyone I let down," Scott wrote in her suicide note. According to the Daily Mail, she ended the letter with the words, "Brianna, I'm coming." The friend she referred to, Brianna Elizabeth Moore, took her own life in 2016 at the age of 15.


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Who was Brianna Elizabeth Moore?

Scott's friend Brianna had struggled with depression before she died by suicide on February 6, 2016. She was born to Rob and Kathy Moore on April 5th, 2000, and was the younger sister of Seth and the older sister of Robby. A GoFundMe that was launched for her said that during her life, "she became suffocated with the pressures that life places on us all."


"Brianna was beautiful, both in looks and in heart. She was brilliant and quick witted. She was kind and sweet, and she cared. Brianna cared. She cared about her family and friends. She also cared for anyone and everyone with whom she came in contact with. She was a listener, a helper and she was always willing to give advice and aid to those who needed it. She touched so many lives. Brianna cared," the GoFundMe page read. "But, Brianna also suffered. She felt the weight of the world on her shoulders. She cared too much for the suffering of others. She became suffocated with the pressures that life places on us all. Her young heart was filled with despair. Her young mind was clouded with pain.

"Depression among young people is a real disease. Teenage suicide is a serious problem. According to the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide, it is the 3rd leading cause of death for adolescents and is the 2nd leading cause of death for college students. This needs to end. We need to take this seriously and spread awareness. We must talk to the young people in our lives. We have to reach out to them and get them help if they need it. Brianna still cares. She certainly would not want other young people to suffer the same way she did. Brianna cares," it read.


'I'm so sorry I couldn't be better'

Shortly before her death, Scott said in an Instagram post that she was planning to end her life. "I'm so sorry I couldn't be better," she wrote. "To those that I love, I am sorry I could not be stronger. To those that gave me their everything, I am sorry my effort was not reciprocated."

"Please understand that me leaving is not a reflection of you, but the result of my own inability to turn myself for the better. To Ashley, Cynthia, Regine & Sophia. I am so sorry. Please remember me for the good memories we have shared, and never for my downfall. I will see you all again on the other side," she added. An investigation into Scott's death is now underway and the Denver Medical Examiner’s Office will reportedly determine the cause of death.

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