According to Lan He, a lawyer from Beijing Jingshi Law Firm, Bao Li (pseudonym), a girl from Peking University, died in the hospital at noon on April 11. At noon on the 12th, her mother confirmed the above news to the reporter.
“I haven’t seen my daughter in two months.” Bao Li’s mother told the reporter that at noon on April 11, Bao Li developed ventricular fibrillation and died after invalid rescue. The last time she visited Bao Li was on February 13th. Afterward, due to the epidemic, the hospital prohibited family members from visiting the intensive care unit until she was notified by the hospital at noon on April 11.
Bao Li’s mother said that during her treatment, she had been living in Beijing. After the doctor announced her “brain death”, he was treated with traditional Chinese medicine later, and there was a slight improvement. “Bao Li’s legs have some reactions, but she has not resumed spontaneous breathing.”
In the face of Bao Li’s sudden death, her mother said that she was very sad and confused. “My child was forced to death, and Mou Mouhan could not get rid of his relationship.” But until Bao Li passed away, Mou Mouhan did not contact Bao Li’s mother and apologize. Bao Li’s mother said that she will continue to hold Mou Mouhan accountable and is still waiting for the police’s investigation.
On October 9, 2019, Bao Li, a female student of Peking University Law School, committed suicide in a hotel in Beijing and was declared “brain dead” during her medical treatment.
According to media reports, relevant chat records show that before Bao Li committed suicide, her boyfriend Mou Mouhan had asked Bao Li to take a series of requests for taking nude photos, getting pregnant before an abortion and leaving a medical record sheet, having sterilization. Bao Li’s mother believed that Mou Mouhan’s torture was the main reason for Bao Li’s suicide, but Mou Mouhan denied this.
The exposure of Bao Li’s suicide incident has aroused public attention and discussion on issues such as mental control, PUA, and letter circles in intimate relationships. On December 13, 2019, Peking University revoked Mou Mouhan’s recommendation for postgraduate qualification without a test.