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"People generalise about fashion models to their own peril. The occupational hazards of modelling are well known - there are substance abuse, body issues and self-esteem issues.But we don't know why this girl jumped out of a window. "People always want to blame the fashion industry or magazine editors," he added.The mother of tragic model Ruslana Korshunova arrived from Kazakhstan yesterday and encountered what may have been the greatest source of her daughter’s angst – the two men who claim she was in love with them.Valentina Korshunova came to identify the body of her daughter, who authorities said jumped to her death from her downtown apartment building on Water Street Saturday afternoon.
Asked about Miss Korshunova’s death, one coach said it was better to commit suicide than fail to change.
I know why my other relationships didn't work out, 'cause I'm unpredictable.
She loved life so much." Another friend said that Miss Korshunova, who was three days shy of her 21st birthday, was "one of the sweetest, nicest people you'll ever meet." He went on: "I'm still in shock. I don't see one reason why she would do that." The 5 ft 8 in, longhair model, would have earned around ,000 (£2,500) for a catwalk show and had been sending money home to her family in the former Soviet Republic.
Police reported no sign of a struggle inside the apartment of the model from the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan, who was three days shy of her 21st birthday. In January, she commented: "It hurts, as if someone took a part of me, tore it out, mercilessly stomped all over and threw it out." Korshunova's death is the latest to rock the fashion world, an industry often criticised for the pressures and demands it can place on models.
Friends, however, said there were no signs the model had been suicidal. Over the past two years, a number of South American models have died of suspected malnutrition, prompting international debate about eating disorders and "size zero" models.