The sheriff’s office said the manner and cause of Peckham’s death is still pending.

However, on Facebook, Breauna Dorris, who identified herself as Peckham’s daughter, wrote over the weekend that “The past 24 hours have been filled with grief and sorrow and unbearable pain for our family.”

“My mother, Sabrina Peckham was the victim of the alligator attack at McCay Creek,” she wrote. “My mother was a part of the homeless population that lived in the nearby wooded area. It is believed that she may have been walking to or from her camp site near the creek in the dark and the alligator attacked from the water.”

FLORIDA WOMAN ALLEGEDLY TOOK ALLIGATOR FROM PREVIOUS JOB, KEPT IN HOTEL BATHTUB TO USE FOR BIRTHDAY PICTURES 

Alligator seen in Florida with blood around it

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said officers responded to an area near 134th Avenue North and 121st Street in Largo, Florida, on Friday after getting reports of a body in the waterway, according to FOX 13. (FOX 13)

“No matter how you put it, no one deserves to die like this,” Dorris continued, adding, “I’m so sorry this happened to you. I pray you are at peace and you are no longer struggling or hurting

A makeshift memorial and flowers are now at the scene where the alligator was spotted with human remains in its mouth, according to Fox13 Tampa Bay.

Alligator in Florida seen near waterway as police rescind

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office says the manner and cause of Sabrina Peckham’s death is still pending.

 

“She was selfless. One hundred percent selfless,” Dorris told the station regarding Peckham. “She was homeless herself. But that didn’t matter. She would give you the last piece of food off her plate. She would give you the shirt off her back if she needed to.”

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