Public told not to contribute to Chloe Miazek fundraising page

Members of the public have been urged not to donate to a fundraising website established in memory a 20-year-old woman.Police Scotland said the page, set up in the name of the family of Chloe Miazek on the website, had not been authorised by her loved ones – who know absolutely nothing about it.The body of 20-year-old Ms Miazek, from Kemnay near Inverurie, was discovered in a flat in the Rosemount Viaduct location of the city at around 7.40 am on Friday.Shop worker Chloe

Miazek, 20, was discovered dead at a flat in Aberdeen last Friday

Cops Scotland stated the page, established in the name of the family of Chloe Miazek on the site, had not been authorised by her family members

Detective Inspector Gary Winter from Cops Scotland’s significant examinations group said: ‘This fundraising page is not connected to relations of Chloe Miazek and has actually triggered unneeded additional distress to a family attempting to concern terms with her death.

‘We have actually gotten in touch with the site to make them conscious of our issues.

‘In the meantime I would ask people not to contribute to this fundraising page and to share this message to prevent others from donating to it.’

A 32-year-old male has been apprehended and charged in connection with the 20-year-old’s death.He is expected

to appear at Aberdeen Constable Court today.

Buddies and family of Ms Miazek responded with fury when the saw the page, which purported to have actually been established on behalf of her family.In the wake

of Chloe’s death, her grieving family commemorated the ‘caring child and sibling’

Karen Ann Grigor said: ‘Who an earth would do such an ill-mannered post like this!! Whoever has actually set this up you are worthy of to be penalized.’

Kim Summers added: ‘Hope they can trace who set it up and they get what’s coming. Sick individual!’

In the wake of Ms Miazek’s death, her mourning family paid tribute to the ‘caring child and sister’.

In a statement they said: ‘We are definitely ravaged following the death of our stunning daughter and sibling, Chloe.

‘She was in the prime of her life and had a lot to eagerly anticipate and it is difficult for us to understand that she is not here with us today.

‘Chloe was a caring child to Bob and Theresa, sis to Nathan and good friend to many, consisting of at her work at Tesco in Inverurie.

‘She will be sorely missed and we request for personal privacy as we attempt to come to terms with her unfortunate death.’