According to a source, the TV anchor from Wisconsin who committed suicide last month wrote a final scary text to her fiancé before she shot herself in the home they had bought the previous month.
According to a police report obtained by the Daily Mail, WAOW anchor Neena Pacholke committed herself on August 27 only 90 minutes after purchasing a weapon and ammo.
The journalist, who was only 27 at the time of her death, texted her fiance Kyle Haase that she could no longer bear “this sorrow” before she shot herself.
“Kyle, I love you. She reportedly told him through text, “I always have and always will.” “No matter how badly you damaged me, I never gave up hope. So sorry to cause you misery like this, but I just can’t take it any longer.
According to the Daily Mail, Haase, 38, and Pacholke, 29, had split up seven weeks before their wedding.
He and his ex-kids wives were on their way to Minnesota to see their grandmother when he got the disturbing message.
He had dialed 911 to request a check on his and Pacholke’s wellbeing at their shared residence, but police had already arrived at that point.
A worried friend took all the weapons out of the house the day before, afraid that Neena Pacholke would use them against herself. The morning she killed herself, she went out and bought a firearm.
Officers found her dead from a gunshot wound to the head inside the bedroom, and the report states that they also located a receipt from Zingers and Flingers for a 9mm handgun and a box of ammo.
Her sister received terrible texts and found that she had been searching Google for suicide methods the night before.
She texted her sister, “Hasse informed me he hates me and will feel like a million bucks once I am out of his life.”
Friends of the couple informed the media source that tensions were high throughout their two-year relationship, which was plagued by frequent fights and allegations of adultery.
Hasse allegedly badmouthed his fiancee to others, and Pacholke said she once found a stranger’s underwear in their home.
They had planned a wedding for October 12 in Mexico.