According to a coroner's report, CNN said, the cause of death was a heart attack stemming from coronary disease, and foul play was not suspected.
Mensch also raised eyebrows after claiming the Kremlin has been targeting her with hackers and surveillance around her home.
The girl has since spoken to other news outlets, including Buzzfeed. Prosecutors are weighing child pornography charges and lawyers for Weiner are pursuing a plea deal, the Wall Street Journal reported in January. Beyond claiming the girl did not exist, the many things Mensch also got wrong include: A Daily spokesman said: 'We can't speak for everything Mrs Mensch has reported but so far as her piece about the Weiner story goes, it is an error-ridden farrago of fantasy and nonsense.'It's obnoxious stupidity from her.' Powers: Mensch told the BBC Sunday Politics interviewer Andrew Neil that she could see 'patterns and connections' because of her ADHD.She then said that hat she wrote on her blog was 'reporting' but what she wrote on Twitter was 'belief.'Ariana Gic, an independent political analyst focusing on Ukraine and Russia, said Mensch and her supporters subjected her to 'psychotic abuse' after the former British PM called her a 'Kremlin troll' who was 'shilling' for Putin.The two florists have been operating New York's Uprooted, only curbside bouquet business since 2015, and launched it through a Kickstarter campaign. Mensch has also set her sights on ordinary American Twitter users who have little connection to international relations. One Twitter user, freelance writer Thomas Theiner, said he has faced a barrage of harassment on the social media site after Mensch sent out a flurry of tweets calling him a 'Kremlin fake oppo troll.'Theiner, who said he lived in Ukraine for several years after working for the Italian army, said he has no idea where her accusations came from.They include Jennifer Perillo, a conservative food blogger who she labeled a 'Putinbot' and a Kristin Winfree, a conservative Texas mom who Mensch declared was really a phony Russian account involved in a plot to hack Anthony Weiner. He told Daily he has been looking for a libel attorney, and claims he's not alone.'I'm the fifth [person] I know of that wants to sue her,' Theiner said, adding that he believes her media appearances boost her credibility.'I wouldn't give a damn about her if she didn't go to her followers and go on TV and say she catches Russian spies,' he added.