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Annelise Sanderson, who was found dead Tuesday, has been described by her friends as the ‘kindest girl’.
Police were called to Wilmslow Prison, south of Manchester, at 6:40 am after the ‘sudden death’ of the teenager, who is not being treated as a suspect.
The Ombudsman for Prisons and Probation has launched an investigation into his death.
Her friends have now paid tribute to the “fun, loving and kind” young woman.
“She was not just anyone, she was our friend and everyone who knew her really loved her,” they said. Annelise lit up any room she walked into by beckoning or laughing.
She touched the hearts of everyone who met her and was the funniest, most loving and kind of the girls.
“She had a way of making you laugh even when you didn’t want to, that was due to her bubbly sense of humor.”
Her heartbroken friends described her as ‘talented beyond belief’ and said she loved to sing and dance.
“ We never thought we would have to write this about our girl and our hearts are broken, ” they continued.
She will live forever and not a day will go by without being remembered.
Fly high beautiful but always stay close. We miss you and love you so much
Ms Sanderson is the fifth inmate to die at HMP Styal over the last three years.
In March of last year, Christine Macdonald, 56, was found collapsed in her cell while serving a sentence at HMP Styal. She was rushed to Wythenshawe Hospital but later died.
Susan Knowles, 48, was found dead in prison two months later.
Nicola Birchall, 41, died while in prison custody in February 2018, while Imogen Mellor died four months later.
A spokesperson for the Corrections Service said: ‘HMP Styal prisoner Annelise Sanderson died in custody on December 22 and our condolences to her family and friends at this difficult time.
“The Ombudsman for Prisons and Probation has been informed.”
Cheshire Police said in a statement: “ Officers were called in around 6.40am on Tuesday, December 22, following the sudden death of an 18-year-old woman at HM Styal Prison in Wilmslow.
‘Death is not being treated as suspicious. A file will be prepared for the coroner.