THE mother of a TikTok star who was sent a ‘suicide kit’ by a chef linked to 88 deaths in the UK has spoken out about her anger.
Imogen Nunn, 25, who was deaf and from Brighton, took her own life on New Year’s Day this year.
A chemical was allegedly delivered to her by Kenneth Law, 57, of Toronto, Canada.
Deaf Immy addressed hearing and mental health issues with her 780,000 followers on TikTok.
Law is accused of selling 1,200 packs of deadly chemicals to suicide bombers in 40 countries around the world.
According to the National Crime Agency (NCA), known as Britain’s FBI, 232 people in the UK bought items on Law’s websites – 88 of them died.
Louise, 53, from Bognor Regis, West Sussex, told the Mirror: “I am full of mixed feelings. To read how many other cases there were is indescribable.”
“It didn’t have to happen and it shouldn’t have happened. That makes me so angry.”
The caregiver, with four other children, added: “Police should have been aware of this earlier when it was first reported.”
“We want justice for our child and we want answers.”
NCA’s Craig Turner said: “Our deepest condolences go out to the families of the deceased.”
“They are assisted by specially trained police officers.
“In consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, the NCA has decided to launch an investigation into possible crimes committed in the UK. This operation is underway.”
A spokesman added: “At this early stage in none of these cases has there been a confirmed link between the items purchased on the websites and the cause of death.”
Several of Law’s alleged victims were college students in their early 20s.
Many of them are said to have found his website through an online suicide forum.
British police officers have repeatedly investigated Law since 2021 – but failed to realize he was allegedly selling chemicals for death.
Law is scheduled to appear in court in Ontario in connection with the two alleged assisted suicide offenses.