The internet has been shocked by the mysterious death of Suzzane Mills, a former Newsday editor. Although police said there was no sign of third-party negligence, she was reportedly found dead at her home.
Loop says police went to the Mills home on Aquamarine Drive in Diamond Vale, Diego Martin, around 11:40 p.m. Sunday.
When they got there, the other people living there told them that their landlord, Mills, had been gone for five days. They called the police as soon as they smelled something bad coming from their side of the house.
The door to Mill’s apartment was forced open, and rescue workers called the fire department to let them know. In addition, her body was found in her bedroom at 11:58 p.m
Suzanne Mills, who was from Trinidad, was found dead
Suzanne Mills, a former Newsday worker, was found dead at her home in Diamond Vale on Sunday night.
Residents of her home on Aquamarine Drive called the police because they smelled something from it. Her body was removed from the home and taken to the Forensic Science Center for an autopsy to determine what killed her.
Others have also posted obituaries on social media and prayed for their families at this difficult time.
One user wrote: “Rest in peace Suzanne Mills. I feel sorry for the @Newsday TT staff and all their friends and family.”
While someone writes “RIP Suzanne Mills” on Facebook
“This picture was taken on March 18, 1997, just before I left the Newsday office to cover the inauguration of President ANR Robinson at the President’s House.”
What happened to the former Newsday editor? Suzanne Mills cause of death
The body of Suzanne Mills, who used to run the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday newspaper, has been found. Two months ago she wrote on her Linkedin profile that she had pneumonia.
“Due to a lung infection, I went into a catatonic state, unable to move or speak, and was inches from dying. Before my landlady called an ambulance for me after I was in my gallery for more than 48 hours,” she writes.
Also, someone said she was missing on August 16, 2019 and she was found on August 19, 2019. A piece she wrote for the Trinidad and Tobago Express called “A Bipolar Break” was released on October 13, 2019. It was her first public statement.
She said she had a bipolar episode. She has long been open about her bipolar disorder.
Mills said she didn’t know she was missing because she was so drunk. She said that while she was staying at the Hilton, she hid from nurses who wanted to lock her up at St. Ann’s Hospital.
She also booked a room in a hotel in central Jerusalem and a flight to Tel Aviv. She has never flown on this flight or to this place. In the end, she reunited with her family.
Where are Suzanne Mills husband and family?
Mills, 59, is the daughter of the late Therese Mills, the first woman editor of Newsday newspaper.
Her mother was the newspaper’s first female editor-in-chief. She was a journalist from Trinidad and Tobago.
In 1993 she began publishing the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, which has become a very popular newspaper. She has received a number of awards for her journalistic work, including the Chaconia Medal.
She was CEO until she died at the age of 85. We don’t know much about the rest of her family, including her father and husband, other than what we know about her mother.
How much money did Suzanne Mills have before she died?
Although Suzzane’s exact net worth is unknown, newspaper columnists in Trinidad and Tobago earn an average gross salary of $116,246. This equates to $56 per hour. On top of that, they receive an average bonus of $2,964.
Salary Expert has estimated salaries in Trinidad and Tobago based on reports provided by anonymous workers and employers.
The average starting salary for a newspaper columnist with one to three years of experience is $83,485. On the other hand, a senior newspaper columnist with eight years or more experience makes an average of $143,000 per year.