Days after posting an upbeat clip to her thousands of followers, a fourth-generation farmer and TikTok rising star, Caitlyn Loane, took her own life at the age of 19.

The video-sharing platform's rising star posted popular clips in TikTok, capturing her action-packed rural lifestyle in Australia.

TikTok Star dies by Suicide at 19

According to Daily Mail, Caitlyn Loane's family based in Australia shared that words can't describe their loss. The family of Loane still cannot believe their daughter's death by suicide.

The 19-year-old Aussie, a trailblazer for women in agriculture, had worked as a livestock manager at her parent's 1,400-acre or 600-hectare cattle farm in the Australian state of Tasmania. The young cowgirl, Loane, planned to run the place when she supposedly reaches the next chapter of her life.

The country gal documented her day-to-day routine for her more than 51,000 followers on TikTok to enjoy. Loane's videos range from treating sick heifers to showcasing her latest country couture.

Before Loane died, she uploaded her haunting final Tiktok video dedicated to her 51,000 followers on June 27. The rising TikTok star lip-synced an American country song with the lyrics 'how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?', while showcasing a series of stills of her working on the farm.

 @catieloaneWho’s driving to Tasmania ##womeninag  ♬ original sound - hunter paige 

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The video currently runs over 182,000 views, wherein photos of Loane were depicted on a montage of the life of a pioneering farmer.

The Loane family stated that they were devastated by the loss. Caitlyn's father, Phillip Loane, who was bereaving during the interview, shared that Caitlyn was a lovely, crazy young woman and an invaluable member of their family.

Also, Caitlyn's mother, Richele, said that her daughter's smile could light up the room. Richele added that Caitlyn wasn't afraid of getting her hands dirty.

Last month, Loane opened up during Agfest Tasmania about her agrarian career path to TasWeekend magazine, where the young woman was overseeing cattle judges.

During an interview in 2018, Loane stated that by the time she realized that her school was not teaching the skills and experience that she needed, she applied to the Sunday Creek Cattle Station located in the Northern Territory.

Loane added that the Cattle Station was situated in the vast federal territory. At the timem, Loane said that the properties were huge, and they muster with helicopters and on horseback. She added that her experience was character-building, and she had to adopt a great work ethic that is applicable to her own enterprise here at home.

Family, Friends, and Fans Mourn Caitlyn's Death

Her friends and schoolmates mourned caitlyn's death. Many of them took it to social media to express their grief.

"I will never ever forget the fond moments and memories we have together, " one of her classmates posted on Facebook.

Moreover, a local sports club where Caitlyn was a member also paid tribute to the TikTok star. The Devonport Football Club expressed sadness over the loss of one of their female players.

Aside from friends and family, Caitlyn's fans also sent their condolences through social media platforms, The New York Post reported.

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Written by Jess Smith

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