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Fund Launched For Woman Whose Loved Ones Died On Flight To Saint Lucia

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A GoFundMe page has been launched to help the woman whose loved ones who died when a single-engine plane flying from Bequia to Saint Lucia crashed.

When the plane plummeted into the sea off Bequia last week, Madita and Annik Klepser aged 10 and 12, their father, actor Christian Oliver, real name Christian Klepser, 51, and the pilot, Robert Sachs, all perished.

Christian Oliver starred in the films Speed Racer and Valkyrie.

 He also appeared in other films and season two of the 1990s series ‘Saved by the Bell: The New Class’.

Actress Sarah Silverman set up the GoFundMe account to assist the deceased children’s mother, Jessica Klepser.

“This fundraiser is to help Jessica as she navigates this catastrophic loss,” Silverman wrote.

She disclosed that Jessica Klepser, the devoted and loving mother of the girls, was in Los Angeles at the time of the plane crash.

Silverman said donations would help cover the cost of returning Christian and the girls home, funeral and memorial services, legal expenses, and would go a long way in support of Jessica and the extended family during ‘this terribly difficult time’.

Within two days of its launch, the GoFundMe page had attracted $US 151,947 on Sunday.

The target was $US 100,000.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines police have disclosed that the cause of the plane crash that killed the actor, his two daughters, and the pilot is under investigation.

Headline photo from GoFundMe.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. So sad and a mother’s worst nightmare. I can’t imagine how she must be feeling right now.
    RIP all 4 passengers.

  2. Is the money going to charity? Wasn’t he an actor? She will make her money back in interviews though Im sure funeral expenses are covered. While my heart aches for the poor kids, people seem to forget a pilot lost his life too.

  3. Reminds me of Coby..they say he was in the illuminati Black Memba….these unusual things don’t happen just so …some super natural forces causes those event….condolence to the bereaved.

  4. She must be going through serious emotional pain. Lost of her kids and husband in one fell swoop.
    @Smh. The guy is a small time actor. It’s not like he is a Brad Pitt or some big time actor. People like him don’t make piles of money.

  5. to tell you the truth eh all those GoFundMe is a way of getting rich over tragic death. its the in thing now a trend. I not supporting it at all . just now if not already people will do things to cause tragic death and get rich through GoFundMe programs

  6. So………….you mean to say this big shot actor, on a chartered flight in paradise had no travel or life insurance? I find that had to believe. This is exactly what insurance policies are for.
    I feel for this woman for losing her family but I feel more for those who give their had earned money to this gofundme.

  7. THE GO FUND ME SHOULD BE FOR THE PILOTS FAMILY. THIS ACTOR SMALL OR BIG HAS RESIDUAL INCOMES FROM HIS ACTING, THEY DONT NEED THAT MONEY THE RICH ALWAYS WANT MORE, $100.000 FOR WHAT THEY HAVE SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT. SMH.

  8. I am still waiting to see a gofund me for the pilot,

    Always looking for the rich first. Almost 200.k in a few days. As the saying goes, the more you have the more you get.

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