I doubt that she went from being totally fine to suicidal because of the prank. But I can absolutely see the prank, and its professional consequences, being the last straw for someone who's already depressed. The DJs should be held responsible because they knowingly picked a mark who could very easily be identified.

I try to keep in mind that anyone I interact with may have depression or similar issues. After all, so many people do.
Originally Posted by Eilonwy
Agreed. This woman might have had suicidal thoughts and numerous things going on in her personal life for quite some time. Most people consider it many times before acting. I in no way know for sure but I would find it more reasonable that this career ending mistake (given the fuss) was the last straw.

Regardless, it is sad. She really did not give damaging personal information. 'Resting and fluids', not a complete medical history.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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