Chinese American Socialite ‘Jumps’ to Death While Holding 5-Month-Old Daughter

Chinese American Socialite ‘Jumps’ to Death While Holding 5-Month-Old Daughter

January 12, 2021
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A Chinese American socialite who mingled with celebrities such as Hillary Clinton reportedly jumped to her death in Hong Kong on Jan. 6.
Luo Lili, 34, plunged naked from her 5,000-foot penthouse while carrying her 5-month-old daughter Aier. Both of them died upon impact.
The socialite, who was named in full by local news outlets, was allegedly suffering from postpartum depression.
“The woman and the baby girl were certified dead at the scene. Initial investigation revealed that they fell from a unit. No suicide note was found,” police said.
The only daughter of a real estate tycoon in China, Luo appeared to have lived an abundant life, as seen in her lavish social media posts.
Luo met personalities such as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former California Gov. Jerry Brown and singer Rita Ora, to name a few.
Luo reportedly worked for her mother as an English translator until she founded her own company in 2014.
Luo was a single mother, and one of her final Instagram posts celebrated her baby’s 100th day.
“It is Aier’s 100th day for being in our World. She is God’s way to give me perspective on life. Thank you for showing up in my life my beloved daughter,” Luo wrote.
Alice Chiu Tsang Hok-Wan, a philanthropist friend of Luo’s, revealed that the socialite wanted to marry her boyfriend when she was pregnant, but he was not ready.
“After falling pregnant, she [Luo] hoped to get married to her boyfriend and honor their relationship in an open and official manner. However, her boyfriend was not ready to get married,” Chiu told The Cover. “I will miss her forever.”
The case remains under investigation.
Feature Images via Lili Luo
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