TRIBUTES have been paid to a “kind” and “selfless” woman who died after falling out of a two-storey window.

An inquest ruled Emma Fraser’s death was drug-related after police concluded there was no third party involvement.

Ms Fraser had become unwell both mentally and physically after smoking cannabis on the night of her death.

A coroner ruled she had exited the window of a second-floor flat in Trinity Court, Halstead, by herself and had done so because of a bad reaction to cannabis.

The family has now paid a touching tribute to the Ms Fraser, who was 33, and insist she will be remembered by those who knew her.

Her brother, Danny, said: “Emma was the kindest, most considerate person that I have known.

“She would go out of her way to help other people even if it meant she was worse off because of it.

“She didn’t judge people and always looked for the goodness in them.

“She will always be missed but never forgotten.”

Emma’s mum, Cheryl, added: “Emma kept her friends for life.

“Once Emma was in your heart, she was there always.

“Emma was loyal, kind, selfless and would go to the end of the earth for you.

“She was beautiful yet camera shy.

“She loved life, loved her family and loved her friends.

“Emma knew simply one word - love.”

Ms Fraser had rung the police around 20 minutes before she fell out of the window on June 28.

Her inquest heard she had accused a friend, who she was living with, of poisoning her but she also said she knew she needed help for her mental condition.

Eyewitness accounts and recordings made on the night of the incident indicated Ms Fraser had become fearful someone was trying to kill her.

But Det Insp Jamie Mills told Chelmsford Coroner’s Court there was no evidence Ms Fraser’s death was the result of a crime or third party involvement.

Ms Fraser’s family has submitted a complaint against Essex Police after raising concerns about how the investigation was handled and its conclusions.

A police spokesman said: “We want to express our sympathy and condolences to the family.

“A formal complaint has been made and an investigation is being carried out.

“Due to this we cannot comment further.”