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Jackie Siegel Less Than Tearful at Daughter Victoria’s memorial Service

'Queen of Versailles' Jaqueline Siegel and husband David Siegel at memorial service for 18-year-old daughter Victoria

Jackie Siegel was too busy taking cell phone pics of her dead daughter’s coffin to be seen crying outside the memorial which was held for her late daughter Victoria yesterday.

She also smiled for the paparazzi cameras.

Victoria Siegel, daughter of real estate developer David, who appeared in the documentary about the family called “Queen of Versailles, ” was found at their “Seagull Island” mansion on Green Island Cove in Windermere, Florida, over the weekend and later pronounced dead. She was only 18 years old.

While the cause of death has yet to be determined, she was known to have been battling problems with addiction for some time and had been in and out of rehab.

In a post on Facebook the other day, Jackie said that her daughter had received hurtful text messages before her death. She wrote, “The ex-girlfriend of Victoria’s boyfriend used his phone to send cruel and hateful text messages using the boyfriend’s phone. These messages were sent early on the morning of Victoria’s death. These messages were clearly intended to hurt Victoria and while we cannot be sure may have affected her emotional state at a time when she was emotionally vulnerable.”

The cause of death has yet to be determined. But this did not stop Jackie from telling WFTV in Florida, “I don’t think she had any intentions of killing herself. She just wanted to soothe the pain she was going through.”



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