An earlier posting, quoted by the New York Daily News, she wrote: "It hurts, as if someone took a part of me, tore it out, mercilessly stomped all over and threw it out." One cryptic entry in March reads: "My dream is to fly. " Her most recent posting, quoted by the New York Daily News, amounted to a virtual discourse on the theme of love. "Desire dazzles, and the sun gives life." "Love does not take away from one in order to give to another," Police reported no sign of a struggle inside Miss Korshunova's apartment.Oh, my rainbow it is too high." Other postings revealed anger. But Kira Titeneva, a friend from Korshunova's hometown, said: "There's no way she would have killed herself.Korshunova had appeared in advertisements for Nina Ricci, DKNY, Vera Wang and Christian Dior and was described as "a face to be excited about" in a profile in Vogue three years ago.She broke into international modelling after a booker from Models 1 spotted her picture in an in-flight magazine article about her hometown of Almaty.In one message three months ago she wrote: "I'm so lost. " The New York Post quoted a friend of Korshunova claiming she had just returned from a modeling gig in Paris and seemed to be "on top of the world." "There were no signs," he said. The daughter of wealthy businessman and former Red Army officer, Miss Korshunova’s blonde hair and piercing blue eyes made her a natural for the fashion scouts who scoured the former Soviet Union for talent.However, a member of the cult denied that either suicide was linked to Rose of the World. He told Mr Pomerantsev: "Korshunova had what we call a 'rollback'. You'd find her wandering round town, unsure what she was doing there.
"She was a good person," he told the New York Post. I know why my other relationships didn't work out, 'cause I'm unpredictable.She loved life so much." Another friend said that Miss Korshunova, who was three days shy of her 21st birthday, was "one of the sweetest, nicest people you'll ever meet." He went on: "I'm still in shock. I don't see one reason why she would do that." The 5 ft 8 in, longhair model, would have earned around ,000 (£2,500) for a catwalk show and had been sending money home to her family in the former Soviet Republic.Distraught at the end of a relationship to a wealthy tycoon, her personal and professional life unravelled.In desperation she turned to the Moscow based cult, Rose of the World, reportedly paying 0 (£192) a day to take part in one of their courses.