Daughter, 33, with severe anxiety died from heart failure after mum accidentally sent her hundreds of angry emojis on Facebook

  The Sun 

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A WOMAN struggling to cope with severe anxiety died from heart failure after her mum sent her hundreds of angry emoji’s Facebook. Shabinaa Vyuiyo, 33, had posted footage on her social media page showing her night out at the circus in February this year, when her mum tried to comment. But when her mother Angela […]
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