Coroner Reveals How Burned Georgia Mom Really Died

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The murky circumstances surrounding the death of 59-year-old Debbie Collier, who was found Sept. 11 burned and naked in a forest, have divided the town of Athens, Georgia.

Allegations that the boyfriend of her daughter Amanda Bearden, who received a cryptic text and nearly $2,400 before she died, had threatened the family, as well as calls by her son Jeffrey Bearden for the sheriff to resign over his handling of the case, have cast a shadow over the investigation. But autopsy results have finally cleared up what her family thought was evident from the beginning: that she died by suicide.

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