• Caitlyn Loane has more than 50,000 followers on TikTok
  • Her family did not disclose the specifics surrounding her death
  • She posted her last TikTok video on June 26

Nineteen-year-old TikTok star Caitlyn Loane, who gained popularity for documenting her life as a young farmer, has died. Her father, Phillip Loane, confirmed the news Thursday.

In a statement to The Mercury, Phillip reflected on his daughter's life, saying, "She was a lovely, crazy young woman who was an invaluable member of our family. Words can't describe our loss."

"Her smile lit up the room," her mother, Richele Loane, also told the outlet. "She wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty—in some photos, she has mud up to her knees."

Caitlyn's family did not disclose the specifics surrounding her death. However, her father noted that "every day should be 'R U OK?' day," triggering speculations that the rising TikTok star had died by suicide.

R U OK? Day is a national day of action in Australia that aims to spark discourse about mental health and suicide prevention.

Caitlyn. who had a huge following on TikTok, regularly shared snippets of her life as a Tasmanian livestock manager with more than 50,000 followers. A fourth-generation farmer, Caitlyn also loved playing Australian football. Her team, the Devonport Football Club, released a statement mourning her death Thursday.

"The Board, the members, players, volunteers, sponsors, and supporters of the Devonport Football Club convey our sincere condolences and warmest thoughts to Caitlyn's family and friends, which, of course, includes her teammates in the DFC Senior Women’s team," the club shared on its official Facebook page.

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"The past week has put into context what really matters in life, and has reminded us all that football, as unifying as it is, is just a game after all. The priority of the Devonport Football Club at present is to provide an empathetic, supportive network to all associated with the club, with particular focus on those most affected by the tragic passing of Caitlyn," the club said further.

Caitlyn posted her last TikTok video on June 26. Since her passing, followers have taken over the comments section of the said video to offer their condolences to her family.

If you have thoughts of suicide, confidential help is available for free at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Call 1-800-273-8255. The line is available 24 hours, every day.

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