Mystery around Australian Instagram model Sinead McNamara's death deepens

Mystery around Australian Instagram model Sinead McNamara's death deepens

Mystery around Australian Instagram model Sinead McNamara's death deepens

Greek authorities have launched an investigation into her final hours on the boat, which was docked on the island of Kefalonia.

Sinead McNamara, 20, had been working on the £108-million Mayan Queen IV superyacht for four months when she was discovered on Friday.

Sinead McNamara, 20, had spent the summer working on a £108m superyacht which was owned by Mexican mining mogul Alberto Bailleres, who is worth an estimated £7.4bn.

Mystery surrounds the death of model Sinead McNamara.

The twenty-year-old who is from Port Macquarie in Northern New South Wales, talks about her love for adventure, travelling and camping on her social media accounts.

Doctors then made a decision to airlift her to a private hospital in Athens but she died during the helicopter flight.

A popular Instagram model died after being found unconscious and twisted in rope on a billionaire's yacht in Greece, according to reports.

"I have unfortunately received the worst news of my life, (Sinead) has passed away", the social media star's brother, Jake McNamara, said according to Daily Mail. He and his family were holidaying in Greece, but have now returned home.


In early August, she posted a photo stating: "I can't believe this fairy tale is nearly over".

She used her Instagram following to post pictures of her travels and the luxurious life she lived.

"Thanks Sinead for photos of things I have not seen", her grandmother wrote.

Samples for DNA analysis had been taken and toxicology tests were under way, he added.

"My head is all over the shop today", she said.

Opportunity opened up to the young model after she grew a large following on her Instagram page.

The businessman inherited control of Grupo BAL, a conglomerate of Mexican companies involved in mining, trade, finance, agriculture and health, following the death of his politician father in 1967.

Mr Bailleres also owns El Palacio de Hierro, a chain of boutique stores where those in the money can pick up a hand-stitched designer bags for $US2400 ($A3300) or a US$25,000 ($A34,700) jewel-studded watch. If you are in crisis, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14.

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]