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Housewife killed herself while struggling to cope with credit card debt

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Cindy Freeman-Jenkins a desperate housewife battling credit card debts killed herself after she penned a heartbreaking suicide note in which she apologised for ''for every tear'' she said she had brought on her family. Disclaimer: While Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd uses its' best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied. The publication of images is solely at your discretion. For terms and conditions see http://www.cavendish-press.co.uk/pages/terms-and-conditions.aspx
Cindy Freeman-Jenkins’ body was discovered in a graveyard 18 days after she went missing (Picture: Cavendish)

A woman who was found dead in a graveyard 18 days after she went missing took her own life because of debt.

Cindy Freeman-Jenkins, 31, feared that issues with a credit card firm and a catalogue company were on the verge of wrecking her marriage.

Her body was found outside St Peters Church, Blackley, Greater Manchester in September 2017.

She had left a note for her wife of nine years, Natalie, that said: ‘To my beautiful wife. I am so sorry for every tear and all the pain I have caused you. If I could take it back I would.

‘You are the best thing that has ever happened to me and were brought into my life. I realise I am the worst thing that happened to you.

‘I wish that I could erase myself from your heart. You deserve peace and happiness. I just pray that you know that I never wanted to hurt you. I just wanted to love you and make you as happy as you made me.’

Cindy had battled with mental health issues since she was 13 after the death of her monther, but an inquest in Manchester heard that the financial situation she was in had exacerbated issues.

Cindy Freeman-Jenkins (pictured left with her wife Natalie) a desperate housewife battling credit card debts killed herself after she penned a heartbreaking suicide note in which she apologised for ''for every tear'' she said she had brought on her family. Disclaimer: While Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd uses its' best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied. The publication of images is solely at your discretion. For terms and conditions see http://www.cavendish-press.co.uk/pages/terms-and-conditions.aspx
Cindy’s wife Natalie (right) said she knew deep down that she was going to kill herself (Picture: Cavendish)
Cindy Freeman-Jenkins (pictured right with her wife Natlie) a desperate housewife battling credit card debts killed herself after she penned a heartbreaking suicide note in which she apologised for ''for every tear'' she said she had brought on her family. Disclaimer: While Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd uses its' best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied. The publication of images is solely at your discretion. For terms and conditions see http://www.cavendish-press.co.uk/pages/terms-and-conditions.aspx
Cindy left a heartbreaking suicide note for her wife (Picture: Cavendish)

Natalie, 38, said: ‘She was in debt and was just in a very, very dark place in the months before her death. She was just really, really struggling and sadly I just knew at some point her life was going to end.

‘The first few years of us being together, she was in a really good place. She was also able to talk if things were getting on top of her.’

Speaking about Cindy’s deterioration in the run-up to her death, Natalie said: ‘She received a call from a credit card company and was worried about the debt she was in.

‘She called the credit card company and said: “Thank you very much. I hope you are happy because you have ended my marriage now”.

Cindy Freeman-Jenkins (pictured right with her wife Natlie) a desperate housewife battling credit card debts killed herself after she penned a heartbreaking suicide note in which she apologised for ''for every tear'' she said she had brought on her family. Disclaimer: While Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd uses its' best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied. The publication of images is solely at your discretion. For terms and conditions see http://www.cavendish-press.co.uk/pages/terms-and-conditions.aspx
The couple had been married for nine years (Picture: Cavendish)

‘I calmed her down and she messaged me about saying “I love you”. She texted later asking where I was, but when I replied, I did not hear back from her until 1pm when she said she must have dozed off.

‘This was the last message that I received from her. She tagged other family and friends in a sentimental Facebook post at 2.30 pm. When I got home at 4.45 pm she wasn’t there and I began thinking something was wrong and I knew that Cindy wasnt coming home.

‘In our life-time together, we were never apart and I just had this feeling. If we werent speaking to each other by phone, there was always a text message but I wasnt getting any replies texting or ringing. When I walked through the door, I just knew.’

Coroner Nick Stanage recorded a verdict of suicide. He said: ‘The deceaseds wife was clear that this was definitely not an accident and definitely was a situation where she had decided to take her own life.’

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For emotional support you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email jo@samaritans.org, visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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