Nurse took her own life at Christmas after receiving threatening Facebook threats
The inquest into Kayleigh Caesar's death was told how the 28-year-old was found hanged in her room at the Dragoon pub.
Miss Caesar had mental health problems and had also suffered two recent bereavements in the run up to her death last Christmas.
In 2012 she lost her baby Oliver and last year close family friend Paul Robinson died, an inquest at Maidstone Coroners' Court heard.
Ms Caesar took her life after suffering two recent bereavements, one including the death of her son
Kayleigh's view of life was simple: make people happy and help others less fortunate than yourself
The court heard how in August last year Mr Robinson was assaulted in the Dragoon Pub, which was run by Miss Caesar’s mother, and died two months later.
No one was prosecuted in connection to the incident.
Giving evidence DS Daniel Barker said Miss Caesar had helped police with their investigation and she told officers she had been receiving malaicious messages from people connected to the case which she found upsetting.
Though she did not consider her life was at risk, she was told to keep her phone on her and that CCTV should be improved at the pub.
She was found dead in her room at the Dragoon pub
There were no signs of third party involvement and notes were found in her room.
A post-mortem examination found the cause of death was suspension and tests revealed she had been drinking and had taken cocaine on the day of her death.
The coroner was told how Miss Caesar struggled with depression and drink and had previously attempted to take her own life.
Giving a verdict of suicide, assistant coroner Katrina Hepburn said she was satisfied Miss Caesar intended to cause her death.
Her mother, Clare Parslow, said: "We miss Kayleigh every day of our lives and it is not any easier but in life you have to go on no matter what.
Ms Caeser suffered from mental health problems
"It is unbelievable how many people truly loved that girl and how many hearts are broken because she couldn't carry on."
She added: "Kayleigh's view of life was simple: make people happy and help others less fortunate than yourself.
"To this end she had worked tirelessly over the years in various old people's rest homes offering comfort and help to those in need.
"Outside of work, she led a social life much of which revolved around The Dragoon public house where she lived.
"Her many friends and locals have been touched by her infectious sense of fun with the sound of her laughter never far away.
"But sometimes the pressures of life can be cruel and a shining star of beauty and goodness has been extinguished.
"She will be sorely missed but never forgotten by all her family and friends. Rest in peace Kayleigh."
Nephew Marcus Holness said: "You've left us all in bits Kay, I feel let down by myself I promised you it was us against everything and anyone.
"You didn't realise how much you meant to us."
Vikki Baldock said: "Going to miss her so much, feel like my heart is completely broken."
A police spokesman said: "There are no suspicious circumstances and a report will be prepared for the coroner."
In the UK, the Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123.
In the US, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255.
In Australia, the crisis support service Lifeline is on 13 11 14.