According to reports, the news anchor who killed herself last month sent her fiancé a text message before she took her life.

In a report from the Daily Mail, it was revealed that Neena Pacholke sent her fiancé, Kyle Haase a text message before shooting herself at her home.

“I love you Kyle. I always have and always will,” the text message read. “Despite how much you ruined me, I always had hope. I’m so sorry to do this to you but I can’t handle any of this pain anymore.”

The WAOW anchor killed herself on Aug. 27, 90 minutes after allegedly purchasing a handgun and ammunition.

Haase had allegedly broken up with Pacholke seven weeks before their scheduled wedding. Both were originally set to tie the knot in Mexico on Oct. 12.

He was traveling to Minnesota at the time to visit a woman and the children he had with them from a previous relationship. It was about this time when he received the chilling text message from Pacholke.

When he received the message, Haase allegedly immediately called 911 to do a welfare check on Pacholke. Unfortunately, responders arrived too late.

Officers found the news anchor dead inside her bedroom with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Police were also able to recover a receipt from Zingers and Flingers firearm store for a 9mm handgun and a box of ammunition.

The incident happened a day after a concerned friend had removed all the firearms from her home, worried that the 27-year-old might harm herself. This led to Pacholke going out and buying a handgun with ammunition.

A look at her phone history of Pacholke also revealed that she had been searching for ways to end her life the night before, aside from the heartbreaking texts she sent her sister.

“[Hasse] told me he hates me and will feel like a million bucks once I am out of his life,” she texted her sister, adding that she was “broken.”

A man reportedly killed himself after his son committed suicide over playing mobile games in Kundrathur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on Thursday, Oct. 6. This is a representational image. Pixabay

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