Now tragically, her mother Melinda, 58, was found dead yesterday evening, SafeBae – a sex assault prevention group started by Daisy – announced on Instagram.
The post read: “We are in shock and disbelief to share with our SafeBae family, that we lost Melinda Coleman to suicide this evening.
“The bottomless grief of losing her husband, Tristan and Daisy was more than she could face most days.
“Melinda was a gifted veterinarian, devoted mother and wife, and talented body builder.
“More than anything, she loved and believed in her children.
“It is no accident that she created some of the most gifted, passionate, and resilient children.”
The statement also mentioned Melinda’s two surviving sons Logan and Charlie.
It added: “Our hearts are with Logan and Charlie. There are no words for our sadness, only that if you are struggling with trauma or depression, you are not alone.
Melinda’s husband also passed away in a car crash when the Netflix star was a child.
Daisy alleged she was raped by a high school football player Matthew Barnett in her hometown of Albany, Missouri when she was just 14.
And when she pressed charges against the popular athlete, the teen was bullied relentlessly online which led her to attempt suicide multiple times.
The 23-year-old never overcame her battle with depression.
On August 4, Daisy’s body was discovered at an apartment in Lakewood, Colorado, after her mother requested police do a welfare check.
Cops were called to do a check on a “possible suicidal party,” Police Department spokesperson John Romero told TMZ.
Yet, Daisy spoke with officers and crisis prevention paramedics for more than an hour – but never said or did anything indicating she wanted to harm herself, police said.
Because of this, Daisy could not be legally held for mental health problems and she was cleared by medics, according to TMZ.
However, hours later at 8.30pm, cops reportedly got a call from a female friend in the same apartment building saying that Daisy had shot herself.
Melinda later publicly confirmed her death.
The 23-year-old was one of the girls featured on the 2016 Netflix doc Audrie & Daisy which detailed her and friend Paige’s alleged sexual assaults when they were 14 and 13, respectively.
Asked what is getting her through each day, Melinda said: “Each other. We worked so hard, so many years of counselling, we did everything we could to keep her alive.
“Looking back on it now, it is pretty overwhelming. If there is never going to be justice for young people like Daisy, this will always be the outcome.
“I just think even in death she’s making her mark, things need to change or this will continue to be the trend.”
Melinda said she felt her daughter’s suicide was a result of a “perfect storm” as she was dealing with a stalker and doctors had recently told her she couldn’t have children, likely a result of her sexual assault.
“We are missing a lot of her sketches, a report was filed but we haven’t heard anything else yet,” she said.
Melinda, a veterinary nurse, had a handwritten note from her daughter, ‘Love, Daisy’, inked on her wrist using some of her ashes.
Daisy’s brother Logan also has a tattoo in her honor while some of her ashes were buried after her funeral.
Around 200 people gathered during a private service to say goodbye to Daisy in Albany, Missouri in August.