Tragic Dakota Skye ‘trolled by other adult stars’ over topless snap before death
Porn star Dakota Skye was trolled by other x-rated actresses before she died, her aunt has revealed.
Skye, real name Lauren Scott, 27, faced a barrage of backlash to a snap of her pulling her top up in front of a memorial to murdered George Floyd.
Tributes quickly poured in after news broke that she passed away on Wednesday, June 9, in Los Angeles, California, the US, with the cause of death yet to be confirmed.
Dakota's husband identified her dead body after she was found in a motorhome.
Her aunt, Linda Arden told The Sun: "She did say she had been bullied online – mainly from others within the porn industry, girls trying to bring other girls down as they try to get ahead."
"Her real-life story and how she came to be in that industry, has truly been a tragedy.
"She died almost exactly two years after her mother, my baby sister's, death which was caused by addiction and alcoholism."
Some of the comments left beneath Dakota's topless Instagram by George Floyd's mural were highly critical of the stunt.
She captioned the controversial picture: "Happy #GeorgeFloyd day in #santabarbara <3 #dakotaskye equality&fair treatment for all. Dope mural."
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One Instagram user said: "Yikes, not a good look."
Other fans were also less than impressed with one writing: "This is some serious disrespectful bulls*** Lauren."
One fan wrote: "Wtf what does flashing have to do with George Floyd's death?"
Another said: "Are you f****** serious?" while one fan added: "She used to be cute."
Dakota replied: "I’m celebrating BAD cops being checked with abusing their authority against human beings… hello.
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"No human being should die getting arrested."
Speaking to The Sun, Ms Arden continued: "Lauren was a product of a highly dysfunctional family involving drugs, alcohol, physical, emotional, verbal, and sexual abuse."
Linda said: "She was stalked by demons like no one will ever understand unless you've lived it.
"I loved her unconditionally and I just wanted happiness for her.
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"She no longer has to walk through this world in pain in her own prison and that gives me comfort to know she no longer has to fight the voices and images that haunted her."
Stars from across the US porn industry are expected to attend a benefit event in Los Angeles on Wednesday in the late actress's memory.
A GoFundMe page to raise money in the hope of launching a foundation in her name had almost reached its $12,000 target on Monday evening.
Her aunt added: "We still do not know whose trailer she was found in.
"She was the sweetest girl. She lived with me when she was a baby. She loved her family. All of her money she gave back to help her mom and brothers."
Linda went on: "She was an addict and an alcoholic. But really all she was doing was searching for love, someone to care about her.
"I was so scared about her. She was in so much pain. I thought she was going to make it. She had been clean for weeks."
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