Chinese socialite who rubbed shoulders with Hillary Clinton and Rita Ora ‘jumped to her death naked’

An American-Chinese socialite has reportedly died in Hong Kong after plunging from her penthouse naked while carrying her five-month-old daughter in her arms.

Luo Lili, 34, who had rubbed shoulders with the likes of and , reportedly jumped to her death with her baby after suffering post-natal , according to multiple reports from local media.

As the only daughter of a real estate tycoon mother who owns multiple luxury development projects in , Ms Luo appeared to have lived a lavish life, studying and travelling around the world from a young age.

On Wednesday, the Hong Kong police found the bodies of a 34-year-old woman and her five-month-old daughter at the bottom of an apartment block, according to a source.

No notes were found at the scene, said the police, who are still investigating the incident and determining the cause of death.

The authorities did not identify the deceased. However, local news outlet, including  and , have named them as the American-Chinese business woman Ms Luo and her young daughter. 

Ms Luo, a single mother, was believed to have taken her life after suffering post-natal depression, reported Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao.

She was said to have jumped to her death without wearing clothing from her 5,000-square-foot penthouse while carrying her baby in her arms.

Ms Luo appeared to have enjoyed an extravagant life as a socialite as she was frequently pictured with influential figures around the world including former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and English pop superstar Rita Ora.

In a recent Instagram post, Ms Luo shared a photo with her daughter, Aier, while celebrating her baby girl’s 100-day birthday.

The mother wrote: ‘She is God’s way to give me perspective on life. Thank you for showing up in my life my beloved daughter.’

Ms Luo was reportedly the only daughter of Luo Lin, the chairman of Jinlin Real Estate in south-western Chinese metropolis Chengdu, who owns multiple luxury development projects across the country. 

Her father is said to have come from a doctor family who have practised Chinese traditional medicine for six generations.

Born in Chengdu, Ms Luo moved to Hong Kong at the age of four before studying in Australia and the United States. She was said to be a fluent English speaker and have worked as a translator for her mother before founding her own company in 2014.