It is the first time that the wife of actor Christian Oliver, who was murdered in an aircraft accident in the Caribbean on Thursday along with the couple’s two young kids, has spoken out in reaction to the devastating news of their losses. The plane tragedy occurred on Thursday.

An emotional message “from Jessica Klepser and family” was placed on the Facebook of Wundabar Pilates on Friday by Amy Jordan, the owner of the firm. These words were written by Jordan. According to the photograph that was included in the post, Klepser, who was formerly married to Oliver, is now serving as the regional manager of the Pilates studio’s California location.

The unfortunate aircraft accident that occurred on January 4, 2024, which resulted in the losses of members of our family that we hold dear, has left us in a state of profound sorrow. With their father Christian, our daughters Madita, who was 12 years old, and Annik, who was 10 years old, were on their way back from a vacation in the Caribbean when the single-engine aircraft they were flying in suffered engine failure and crashed into the water. At the beginning of the announcement, it was said that “unfortunately, all four passengers on the small aircraft did not survive.”

A aircraft disaster that occurred on Thursday off the coast of the island of Bequia claimed the lives of Oliver, Madita, and Annika. Oliver has acted in a number of films, including The Baby-Sitters Club, The Good German, Speed Racer, and Valkyrie. According to a statement that was issued by the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force on the same day that the disaster occurred, the individuals were flying from the J.F. Mitchell Airport in Paget Farm to St. Lucia in a single-engine aircraft.

In the message that Klepser posted on Instagram on Friday, he went on to explain how Oliver and his girls were treated with affection by their community.

Madita, a student at Louis Armstrong Middle School who was in the seventh grade, was well-known for her vivacious personality and excelled in a variety of areas, including academics, dancing, singing, and performances. One of the students at Wonderland Avenue Elementary School, Annik, who is in the fourth grade, was praised for her combination of gentleness and strength. Always the first to provide a consoling embrace or a nice remark, she was always the first to do so. In addition to swimming and basketball, she was also interested in a variety of artistic expressions,” the article stated.

Madita and Annik will be greatly missed in their respective communities because to the profound friendship they had, the contagious laughter they shared, and the spirit of adventure they possessed. The girls are survived by their loving mother, Jessica Klepser, who lives in Los Angeles. In addition, they are leaving behind their grandparents as well as a number of relatives, aunts, and uncles who live in Germany.

“Jessica, his parents, and his sister in Germany are the only people Christians leaves behind. He was an actor in both Europe and the United States, and he was also a real estate agent with a huge network of close friends all over the globe. Everyone who knew him will be profoundly affected by his passing.

Following the conclusion of the statement, a request was made for the family to be given privacy “during this trying time.”

In lieu of flowers, a link to a GoFundMe page that had been established for the family by a friend of Klepser called Sarah Silverman was also sent to anyone who were interested in making contributions.

“Your donations will help cover the cost of returning Christian and the girls home, funeral and memorial services, legal expenses, and will go a long way in supporting Jessica and the extended family during this incredibly difficult time,” said a message on the website. “Your generosity will go a long way in supporting Jessica and the extended family during this time.”

A total of roughly $50,000 has been collected up to this point, bringing the total amount of contributions received one-half of the aim of $100,000.

The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force issued a statement on Thursday, in which they released information on the unfortunate occurrence as well as the efforts taken by local response teams.

“Moments after taking off, the aircraft experienced difficulties and plummeted into the ocean,” the authorities claimed at the time of the incident. Paget Farm fishermen and divers arrived at the location of the tragedy in their boats in order to provide aid to those who were in need. Immediately after receiving the information, the SVG Coast Guard made its way to Paget Farm, Bequia, in order to take the lead in the rescue operations.

Authorities verified that the remains of the three passengers and the pilot, who was named as Robert Sachs, the owner of the jet, were retrieved from the water and the aircraft by the SVG Coast Guard. The victims were subsequently proclaimed dead after the recovery of the bodies.

Post-mortem exams will be carried out in order to ascertain the reason for the human being’s passing.

PEOPLE’s request for comment on Friday was not immediately met with a response from the representatives listed for Oliver.

By Anna

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