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Heartbreaking: Transgender Teen Who Made History By Becoming High School's Homecoming King Dies In Reported Suicide

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This is so sad.

Blake Brockington made history last year when he became the first transgender homecoming king at his high school in Charlotte, North Carolina, but Blake has apparently, and tragically, committed suicide this past Monday.

The 18 year old was viewed as an important leader in the LGBT community and the teen had made more than a few inspirational quotes throughout his short lifetime.

Here's what he said at the time when he won the homecoming crown:

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Jerry Springer Producer Arrested & Released For The Murder Of Her Deaf Sister — But Now Cops Think She Staged Her Death As A Suicide!

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This takes the drama typical of a Jerry Springer production to a whole new, scary level.

That's right, producer of The Jerry Springer show Jill Blackstone was at first arrested on Monday for the alleged murder of her deaf and partially blind sister, Wendy, before being released on Wednesday evening.

But now, police allegedly believe that she's behind all this after all.

According to law enforcement sources, paramedics arrived on the scene of Jill and Wendy's home on Saturday afternoon, where they found Wendy's body on the floor of their garage, which also had a BBQ grill inside.

The BBQ grill was laid out at Wendy's feet, which made cops believe that it was a murder scene, and Wendy was discovered holding a suicide note, which authorities now believe Jill wrote.

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Zelda Williams Opens Up About Her Father Robin Williams And Says He's 'Impossible To Forget'

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She's really handling this as well as anyone possibly could.

The passing of Robin Williams left millions of people with a broken heart, but no one suffered as much as the actor's children.

But Zelda Williams stepped out in a rare appearance on Friday with her mother Marsha Garces for the Noble Awards in Beverly Hills.

And although she of course wants to keep her father's memory alive - she admits it's basically unlikely she ever will forget the larger-than-life man.

[ Related: Zelda Williams Remembers Father Robin Williams' Legacy In First Sit-Down Interview Since His Passing ]

Here's what she said

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This Amazing Facebook Suicide Prevention Tool Is Rolling Out And Could Potentially Help So Many People

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This is fantastic and necessary.

Facebook has begun to roll out an update to its servers with a tool that they hope will be a big suicide prevention aid.

The new tool will allow users to flag content that seems concerning to them and if the posts by a certain user seem like they may be thinking about harming themselves, Facebook will contact the concerned party with three options.

It will offer to allow them to contact the friend, contact another friend for help, or contact a suicide prevention hotline.

But this option will only happen after

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Zelda Williams Remembers Father Robin Williams' Legacy In First Sit-Down Interview Since His Passing

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Last August, fans all around the world were stunned when Robin Williams committed suicide.

Although his death was tragic, he will forever be remembered as an extremely caring individual who aside from comedy, invested his time and energy into his work with charity.

[ Related: Robin Williams Left His Entire Fortune To His Family! ]

His daughter Zelda Williams is now carrying the torch by presenting a "Noble Award" in honor of his humanitarian efforts with the Challenged Athletes Foundation this Friday.

On Thursday, the 25-year-old went on TODAY for her first sit-down interview since his death and spoke with Kate Snow about his philanthropy and how she is coping with his untimely passing.

Though she admits it's difficult, Zelda is determined to live the life she did when he was alive.

She said:

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