Cathriona White’s Estranged Mother Reportedly Called Her A ‘Failure’ Just Days Before Her Tragic Suicide

Cathriona's IG snaps.

How sad and disturbing if this allegation is true.

According to Cathriona White‘s friends, her estranged biological mother, Brigid Sweetman, called her a “failure” on her birthday –just days before she ultimately committed suicide.

Wow, it’s clear Cat was under a lot of stress before her death. Not only did Jim Carrey break up with her, but she also was struggling with her mother’s heartbreaking comment along with the anniversary of her father’s death from brain cancer.

Not to mention the cruel insult doesn’t make sense — White was an accomplished photographer, makeup artist, and stylist before her death.

Related: Who Was Cathriona Married To At The Time Of Her Tragic Suicide?

Despite Brigid allegedly calling her daughter a “failure”, she was heard telling a friend after the tragic news:

“My Cathriona is dead. My Cathriona is dead. Can you believe it? What am I going to do? What am I going to do?”

Well, we bet Sweetman is feeling a lot of remorse and regret right now.

What’s even more strange is how just a few months ago the mother of three posted this contradictory statement:

“I hate bullies nobody know what another person is going through, doesn’t take much to kick somebody when they are down, instead of trying to help or support them especially someone you know, much easier to help and support those you don’t know at all, bullies can always explain themselves cant they.”

Inneresting. Maybe the “failure” comment was in the heat of the moment. After all, Brigid. did recently post this sweet pic (below)! of Cat and her sister which she captioned:

“My two gorgeous daughters i am so proud.”

Cathriona's IG snaps.

What a special picture.

Hopefully there’s no drama at White’s funeral in her native country of Ireland. Maybe Jim, who said he’d attend, will be able to keep the peace.

[Image via Instagram/Facebook.]

Oct 7, 2015 6:11pm PDT

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