A WOMAN died by hanging at her boyfriend’s house, an inquest heard.

Nadia Watson, 25, was found by her boyfriend in his living room after they had had a heavy night of drinking the night before.

The court heard Miss Watson, who lived in Colchester, had left a note which paramedics had found in her clothing.

Her mother, Miss Revie, was in the hearing supported by members of her family.

She paid tribute to her daughter saying: “She was just my beautiful girl, she was my baby.

"She was so excited about her new job.”

The court heard Miss Watson had been staying at her boyfriend’s that weekend when they decided to go out and buy alcohol.

The pair consumed beer and wine before going to bed.

When her boyfriend woke in the morning he found her in the living room.

The court heard paramedics were called and confirmed her death.

A post mortem examination found she had copious levels of alcohol and cocaine in her system.

During the inquest, Miss Revie said she had not felt she had been kept up to date with the police investigation saying she had only been informed of a note by her boyfriend.

Inspector Barry Atkinson was at the inquest and apologised to Miss Revie.

Coroner Caroline Beasley Murray said she had considered verdicts of suicide and accidental death but that she did not have enough evidence for her to be sure of either.

She recorded an open verdict.