This article will answer every question you have about Daisy Coleman. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about her.
- What does Daisy do for a living?
- Who are Daisy’s parents and siblings?
- What are Daisy’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Daisy married or does she have a boyfriend?
- Does Daisy have any children?
- Where is Daisy now?
- How tall is Daisy?
- How much money does Daisy earn?
- What is Daisy’s net worth?
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Who is Daisy Coleman?
Daisy Coleman was an American tattoo artist, sexual assault victim advocate, and subject of the Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy. The film released in 2016, chronicled her experience dealing with the assault and the aftermath. She stars in the film alongside Audrie Pott who took her own life in September 2012, days after she was sexually assaulted.
Coleman alleged she was raped at a party in 2012 at the age of 14. She alleged she was assaulted while intoxicated by a 17-year-old boy, Matthew Barnett a high school football player, at a house party. Coleman’s mother found her passed out on the family’s front porch wearing just a T-shirt and sweatpants in sub-zero temperatures.
Barnett was later charged with felony sexual assault. The charges were later dropped, her family arguing it was due to the local political connections of the boy’s family. Barnett argued that his sexual encounter with Daisy was consensual pleading guilty to a lesser charge of child endangerment. Daisy’s family moved to another town after an onslaught of bullying.
She helped co-found SafeBAE (Safe Before Anyone Else), a “survivor-founded, student-led national organization whose mission is to end sexual assault among middle and high school students.”
In 2014, Coleman attempted suicide but she survived. One day prior to her suicidal attempt, she had attended a party. This saw her been attacked on several Twitter accounts. On Tuesday night 4th August 2020, Coleman took her own life. Her body was found after her mother called the police to do a welfare check.
How Old is Daisy Coleman?
Coleman was 23 years old at the time of her death having been born on Mar 30, 1997, in Montana. She shares her birthday with other famous people such as actor-director Warren Beatty, rock musician Eric Clapton, actor Paul Reiser, actor Ian Ziering, actress Donna D’Errico, among others.
Who are Daisy Coleman’s parents?
Coleman was born to Melinda Coleman and physician Michael Coleman. Her father died in 2009 in a tragic accident. Daisy was with her father at the time and they were on their way to her brother Charlie’s wrestling competition when the car hit black ice and plunged into a ravine.
Does Daisy Coleman have siblings?
Coleman has three brothers, among them Charlie Coleman, and Tristan Coleman. Tristan who was the youngest among the sons died in a car crash in western Kansas in 2018. This was nearly a decade prior to his father’s death.
Daisy Coleman Education
Coleman first received her high school education from Maryville High School.
Daisy Coleman Boyfriend
On her love life matters, Coleman is seen as a person who hates drama and loves her privacy. She has managed to keep her dating life low key and leaving many with a lot of unanswered questions. In case there is any news regarding this matter, we shall update it here as soon as possible.
Daisy Coleman Height
Coleman’s height is not yet disclosed.
Daisy Coleman Death
Daisy died on August 4, 2020, by suicide after years of fighting depression and trauma. Her mother was devastated by her daughter’s death stating, “She was my best friend and amazing daughter. I think she had to make it seem like I could live without her. I can’t. I wish I could have taken the pain from her!” She continued, “She never recovered from what those boys did to her and it’s just not fair. My baby girl is gone.”
SafeBae also released a statement on Wednesday, 5th August 2020 saying they were “shattered and shocked by her passing”. “She had many coping demons and had been facing and overcoming them all, but as many of you know, healing is not a straight path or an easy one. She fought longer and harder than we will ever know.”