Instagram model Sinead McNamara found dead on billionaire’s superyacht posted cryptic message two we
Culled from The Sun
An Instagram model who was found dead on a billionaire's luxury superyacht on Friday posted a cryptic message two weeks earlier.
Sinead McNamara, 20, had been working as a crew member on the £108million Mayan Queen IV for the past four months before her sudden death.
Two weeks ago Sinead McNamara shared this picture of herself on a quad bike, saying: “Take me back to this where my only worry was not cracking my skull open"
In a cryptic message a fortnight ago she wrote: "My head is all over the shop today,” along with emojis of a volcano, a tornado and a needle with blood dripping from it.
Sharing an image of herself on a quad bike, she added: “Take me back to this where my only worry was not cracking my skull open.”
Police in Greece have started a murder investigation after her body was discovered reportedly tangled in rope at the rear of boat.
McNamara reportedly died on her last shift and was just hours from meeting her mum and sister.
Sinead McNamara was found dead on a billionaire's yacht
The vessel, called Mayan Queen IV, is owned by Mexican billionaire businessman Alberto Bailleres, who News.com.au reports is worth around £7.4 billion.
Mr Bailleres, who has earned his wealth in the mining trade, reportedly left the yacht anchored off the island of Kefalonia on Tuesday.
Ms McNamara, from Port Macquarie in northern New South Wales, was left alone with the rest of the crew since then, reports say.