Heartbroken lover kills himself
HEARTBROKEN and lovelorn, Kevin Robinson hanged himself after failing to save his relationship.Mr Robinson rang ex-girlfriend Hannah Baker every day in a desperate attempt to rescue their six-year relationship, an inquest heard.
HEARTBROKEN and lovelorn, Kevin Robinson hanged himself after failing to save his relationship.
Mr Robinson rang ex-girlfriend Hannah Baker every day in a desperate attempt to rescue their six-year relationship, an inquest heard.
But his father revealed love was not enough to save his heartbroken son.
In a report read to the court, Colin Robinson said: "Hannah and Kevin loved each other very much but it was apparent that they just could not live together.
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"He never talked about taking his own life."
Greater Suffolk Coroner Dr Peter Dean revealed Mr Robinson was found hanging from a light in his Shotley home on June 29.
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A suicide note and pictures of Miss Baker were found in a bedroom of the Baker Road house.
Dr Dean heard how the 27-year-old printer had fallen into a deep depression after the relationship broke down.
But despite his son's ups and downs, Mr Robinson's father was still stunned by his apparent suicide.
He said: "Kevin suffered from bad mood swings but was usually very loving.
"It came as a great shock to me that he had been found dead."
The court heard how three weeks before his death Mr Robinson had broken down at work and was prescribed anti-depressants.
He continued to phone Miss Baker every day, telling her he wanted to get back with her.
On June 23 he phoned and told her he had been at the Orwell Bridge and the police had to be called out.
A few days later on June 26 he called her again but she was driving and unable to talk. This was the last she heard from him.
Dr Dean recorded a verdict of suicide.