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Party-loving British businesswoman suffers mysterious death in Jamaica


A party-loving British businesswoman has died in mysterious circumstances while on holiday in Jamaica.


Eshe Symonds who has a seven-year-old daughter called Shaya passed away on January 13.


The 31-year-old from Tipton, West Midlands, ran a security company in Birmingham and was 'perfectly healthy', her family said.


They are now waiting on the results of a post-mortem examination to find out how she died.

Eshe Symonds who has a seven-year-old daughter called Shaya passed away on January 13

The 31-year-old from Tipton, West Midlands, ran a security company in Birmingham and was 'perfectly healthy', her family said


His sister Shannon Gordon, 26, said: 'The whole family is just in shock at the moment. We are all devastated.


'She has a little girl called Shaya. Our dad Michael has cancer at the moment so this had dealt him another huge blow.


'She has lots of sisters and a brother and a stepmum. We are all heartbroken. Eshe had flown out for a holiday with one of her friends.


'Her friend is still over there. We aren't really in contact with her so we have few details.


'We are in contact with the Jamaican police who are investigating her death but everything is moving so slowly.

'We have little information about how she died but we know she had complained of a headache, stomach pains and vomiting.


'She died in hospital around 9pm on January 13. It is a shock as she was just perfectly healthy when she flew out.'


Ms Gordon said Ms Symonds lived 'like every day was the last'.


She said: 'She was quite wild, she loved to party. She was so outgoing and everybody loved her. She lived life to the full, like every day was the last.


'She was very caring and a great mum to Shaya. We are all going to miss her so much.'


Ms Symonds is survived by Shaya, her father Michael Gordon, stepmother Veronica, her sisters Kimesha, Ms Gordon and Jade, and her brother Jamie.


Mr Gordon has set up a GoFundMe page to help bring his daughter's body back to the UK.


The family also want to raise funds to pay for their own post-mortem examination and for her funeral.



Credit: dailymail.co.uk