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A distraught mother paid tribute to her little daughter who tragically passed away four years after surviving the attack on the Manchester Arena.
Eve Aston, 20, of Wolverhampton, died on July 23 and the cause of her death is currently unknown.
The Ariana Grande fan attended her concert at Manchester Arena on 22 May 2017, in which 22 people were killed in a terrorist attack.
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She struggled after the concert attack with loud noises and suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, her mother Amanda said.
On a fundraising page for her funeral, her mother wrote that the attack on the Manchester Arena “had taken her toll” on her Eve of hers.
Eve was found in her room at her Finchfield by her father Andrew her, 43, last month and the cause of her death is not yet known, she added her mother.
Amanda, 55, said: “From the moment she was born she was a happy soul, she had a very funny sense of humor and was a dad’s daughter.
“He always had friends around her and spent the nights in her pajamas. She had many friends for whom she was always there.
She “she had great jokes with her siblings.”
Amanda has declared Ariana Grande “idol” of Eve.
“She went to Ariana Grande’s concert with her father and she put on her makeup to be there, Ariana was her her idol. She could sing every note, “she added.
“They were on the other side, not where the bomb went off. She Since then she has been back in Manchester and she loves to put flowers for people.”
“After the concert, she started suffering from PTSD. She He liked cars and she was looking for a job with cars, but her depression got worse.
“She Couldn’t sleep or hear a crash after the concert. She cried on the 22nd.
“In the last two weeks she seemed to have recovered, she had lost a lot of weight.
“Her father found her in her room, we are still waiting to find out what happened.
“We are heartbroken, it’s like a nightmare. It’s like she comes back through the door and says ‘I got you!’
She “she left a hole so big that everyone says they can’t believe it.”
Mom added, “She was such a beautiful person and she should be here.
“We want to give you a good start, you shouldn’t have to bury your daughter.
“I don’t wish it on my worst enemy.”
Over £ 3,700 was raised to reach the goal of £ 4,500 for Eve’s funeral.