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Chris Christensen Pens Suicide Note on Facebook

by Quincy Thomas
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A principal in California has sadly committed suicide after getting into a heated argument with his wife that led him to a dark road that he could never return from even if he tried.

Chris Christensen penned a note on one of his last Facebook posts before committing suicide at Disneyland. He went into detail about how he needed to take his life. Chris claimed he and his wife Marlena got into a domestic dispute that led to the police getting called to their home.

Despite Chris claiming he didn’t physically abuse Marlena or their daughters, he got arrested and charged with misdemeanor counts of child endangerment and battery. The charges he faced led to him being on administrative leave from his job as principal at Newland Elementary School in Huntington Beach.

Despite Chris claiming he did not abuse her or her daughters, he was arrested and charged with misdemeanor counts of child endangerment and battery. He pleaded not guilty to both crimes. These charges led to him being on administrative leave from his job as principal at Newland Elementary School in Huntington Beach. He pleaded not guilty and was supposed to appear in court today to speak with a judge about his charges.

The Newland Elementary School principal said due to the terrible justice system, despite his self-proclaimed innocence and his wife attempting to get the charges dropped, he knew he would never be free from the false accusations against him. He knew it would follow him for the rest of his life. After explaining the situation and saying his goodbyes to loved ones, police say Chris went to a parking structure at Disneyland and fell to his death.


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