Taiwan host Jack Luck sent last message to By2's Miko before suicide

24 January 2016 / 9 months 18 hours ago

Australian-Korean model and Taiwan TV presenter Jack Luck was found dead on Jan 20 at his Taipei home in a suspected suicide.

According to Asian Pop News, before his death, he sent several text messages to the elder sister of By2, Miko. 

At 4.42 a.m, Jack sent to Miko, “Are you here? Miko, are you asleep?”

After not receiving any respond from Miko, Jack sent his final message to her, “Forget it. Everything. Take care.”

According to Taiwanese report, Jack died at around 5 a.m.

Miko, who posted the text messages on her Instagram at 7 a.m. on January 20, was devastated after learning about Jack’s death.

She wrote sadly, “Got your text this morning. It was too late when I saw it. I still couldn’t believe it’s true. My dear Jack, if only I was there when you needed me.”

Jack was the co-host of Star Chinese Channel’s Taiwan Taste. He was said to be depressed after his girlfriend’s death 2 years ago. He was found hanging on a rope at the apartment’s balcony by his brother’s girlfriend.

He was 25.

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