David and Jackie Siegel, subjects of the 2012 documentary Queen of Versailles, laid their 18-year-old daughter Victoria to rest on Tuesday after she was found unresponsive in the family's Florida home.
Outside the service, Jackie Siegel was spotted holding a cellphone in what appeared to be images of her snapping photos of her daughter's casket as it was loaded into a hearse. Victoria's body was then taken to Woodlawn Cemetery in Gotha, Fla. where she was buried during a private service.
Victoria’s official obituary described her as a "down to earth hippie girl" and "an earthly angel with a sensitive nature and caring soul." The obit also detailed the teen’s long bucket list, which included skydiving, professional poker player, deep sea fishing, opening a campsite, and opening a sushi restaurant at the Cocoa Beach Pier.
The Siegel family addressed speculation and rumors surrounding Victoria’s death on Monday, in a statement saying, "Victoria had a history of seizures and was prescribed medication for this condition. Unfortunately she became dependent and struggled with this condition. She voluntarily underwent rehabilitation and was working hard to address this problem."
The Siegel family announced they were starting the Victoria Siegel Foundation, which "will be dedicated to helping troubled teens with addiction issues, similar to the Betty Ford Clinic." They asked that contributions to the foundation be made in lieu of flowers.