Kpop idol Sulli was reported dead when her manager found her at the second floor of her home at Sujeong-gu, Seongnam in the Gyeonggi province in South Korea on Tuesday, October 14.
On October 16, officials from the Gyeonggi Sungnam District Police Office had the autopsy on the late singer actress start at 9 in the morning and reportedly was already completed.
According to All Kpop, the officials have confirmed that Sulli did not have external injuries. Also, there were no signs of intrusion in the premises at the deceased’s home.
The autopsy was done, however full results including drug response and precise opinion will take several days.
Sulli did not leave behind a will but she wrote on a memo pad her thoughts and feelings for each day. Apparently, the memo pad which she wrote on did not have any mention of Sulli being affected by the malicious comments thrown at her online.
She was on hiatus in 2014 because of those online comments. People have also speculated that she committed suicide because of the negative comments she have received.
According to Variety, Sulli had at times attracted controversy because of her manner of clothing, her relationships and her outspoken opinion on feminism.
Because of Sulli’s death, other Kpop stars blamed cyber bullying as a factor for the former losing her life.
“Another precious life has departed. Bullies are cowardly, faceless murderers,” actor Shin Hyun-joon said on Instagram.
“A girl that was beautiful and cheerful. I hope the world becomes more generous to people,” Park Gyuri, formerly of KARA also shared her sentiments.