Breauna Dorris, the daughter of a woman whose remains were found in the jaws of an alligator this week has spoken out.
Breauna Dorris, said in a heartfelt Facebook post that her mother was a part of the homeless population and lived near the body of water.
“It is believed that she may have been walking to or from her campsite near the creek in the dark and the alligator attacked from the water,” Ms Dorris wrote in her post. “No matter how you put it, no one deserves to die like this.”
She noted the “unbearable pain” of learning what happened and attempted to quell rumors about the situation, including that her mother allegedly taunted the alligator before it attacked.
“The past 24 hours have been filled with grief and sorrow and unbearable pain for our family. I’m posting this to put rumors to rest and ask for everyone’s help,” Dorris wrote.
“My mother, Sabrina Peckham was the victim of the alligator attack at McCay Creek (rainbow village). Please understand that we do not have all the information yet as the medical examiners report is not yet finished.”
Dorris continued: “Some details I would like to share is that my mother did not “taunt” the alligator as some are saying in the news outlets comments. My mother was apart of the homeless population that lived in the nearby wooded area.”
Peckham’s daughter also created a GoFundMe to help the family give the mother a proper burial.
At the time of writing, it earned $1,245 with a $10,000 end goal in only a few hours.
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