A popular Spanish hunter took her life after receiving threats on social media from animal rights activists, according to reports.
Melania Capitan, 27, was found dead Wednesday from an apparent suicide at her apartment in Huesca, Spain, according to Crime Online, citing Spanish hunting magazine Jara y Sedal.

Capitan, from Catalonia, Spain, had amassed a huge fan base on social media posting images of herself hunting. Her
Facebook page
, where she shared hunting tips, had nearly 39,000 followers.
Some posts, however, were controversial for animal rights activists who would leave harassing messages, the Daily Mail reported. It is not known if her death was related to the cyberbullying.
The Daily Mail reported that the blond huntress left a suicide note for friends, but the contents of the letter have not been released.

Critics continued to flood her Facebook page with messages even after she died.
“She’s finished the lives of many animals and no one defended the death of them… I think our [lives are] worth the same as theirs,” one person wrote.
Others mourned her death, saying the loss was a “shame.”

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  1. cyberbully, really, cyberbully,
    how freaking weak does someone have to be to take anything said to them over the internet serious.
    this is more then likely cyber propaganda so the elite can pass laws against us
    using the internet.
    first they need a reason for the laws then they pass the laws,
    then we get major restrictions on what we are allowed to view and say.