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In desperation she turned to the Moscow based cult, Rose of the World, reportedly paying 0 (£192) a day to take part in one of their courses.
Police stated there were no signs of a struggle in her apartment and concluded that Korshunova's death was an apparent suicide, although no suicide note was found.
One of Korshunova's friends stated that she had just returned from a modeling job in Paris, noting that she seemed to be "on top of the world" with no apparent reason why she would commit suicide.
Such a beautiful girl, but one with much sadness in her heart. The supermodel, Korshunova, poured her heart out on a website in the months leading up to her suicide. I know why my other relationships didn’t work out, ’cause I’m unpredictable. ” In January, Ruslana wrote of heartbreak saying, “It hurts, as if someone took a part of me, tore it out, mercilessly stomped all over and threw it out. Oh, my rainbow it is too high,” she posted in March.
Ruslana had written: “Life is short, Break the rules, Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly, Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably,” the beautiful but fragile girl wrote in a poem that concluded: “And never regret anything that made you smile.” Ruslana also wrote that love “blinds,” “sets souls afire,” and “is always the answer” in emotion-soaked passages posted on a social networking site.
Korshunova planned to celebrate her 21st birthday on Wednesday in Pennsylvania.