Australian TikTok star Caitlyn Loane, 19, ended her own life aged just 19

Australian TikTok star Caitlyn Loane, 19, ended her own life aged just 19
Australian TikTok star Caitlyn Loane, 19, ended her own life aged just 19

A trailblazing young female farmer who gained global notoriety for her TikTok videos, has tragically ended her own life just days after posting an upbeat clip to her tens of thousands of followers.

Caitlyn Loane, 19, was a fourth-generation farmer who garnered legions of admirers by showcasing her action-packed life working in northern Tasmania's agriculture industry.

Her heartbroken family said: 'Words can't describe our loss.'

Caitlyn Loane, 19 (pictured), was a fourth-generation farmer who garnered legions of admirers by showcasing her life in northern Tasmania's agriculture industry

Caitlyn Loane, 19 (pictured), was a fourth-generation farmer who garnered legions of admirers by showcasing her life in northern Tasmania's agriculture industry

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The trailblazing young female farmer (pictured with a calf) tragically ended her own life just days after posting an upbeat clip to her tens of thousands of followers on TikTok

The trailblazing young female farmer (pictured with a calf) tragically ended her own life just days after posting an upbeat clip to her tens of thousands of followers on TikTok

'She was a lovely, crazy young woman who was an invaluable member of our family,' her father Phillip Loane told the Mercury.

Ms Loane worked at her family's 600-hectare property as a livestock manager in the Latrobe area and was known for her passion for cattle.

Her mother said she had become an inspiration to young female agriculture workers around the world and will be remembered for her 'nurturing and caring nature'.

'Her smile lit up the room,' her mother Richele said.

'She wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty - in some photos she has mud up to her knees.'

In her haunting final Tiktok video to her 51,000 followers on June 27, she lip synced an American country song with the lyrics 'how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?' and showed a series of stills of her working on the farm.

The caption of the video read: 'What about to Tasmania?'

'She wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty - in some photos she has mud up to her knees (pictured),' Ms Loane's mother Richele said.

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'She wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty - in some photos she has mud up to her knees (pictured),' Ms Loane's mother Richele said.

In Ms Loane's haunting final Tiktok video she lip synced an American country song with the lyrics 'how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?'

Ms Loane garnered 51,000 followers on her TikTok channel

In her haunting final Tiktok video to her 51,000 followers she lip synced an American country song with the lyrics 'how

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