The British nurse found hanged after being fooled in the royal phone prank scandal reportedly left a note blaming two Australian radio DJs for her apparent suicide.
In the note, Jacintha Saldanha also asked the King Edward VII's Hospital to make radio presenters Michael Christian and Mel Greig pay her mortgage, The Sunday Times reported.
"Please accept my apologies, I am truly sorry," the handwritten note, addressed to the 46-year-old's managers at the hospital in London, read.
"Thank you for all your support.
"I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act.
"Please make them pay my mortgage.
"I am sorry. Jacintha."
The note, found in her living quarters at the hospital, will be used at the inquest into her death.
The inquest was due to open this week but has been delayed.
Ms Saldanha was working on the hospital switchboard when Ms Greig and Mr Christian from Sydney radio station 2Day FM called and pretended to be the Queen and Prince Charles.
She put them through to the ward where the Duchess of Cambridge, who was in the early stages of pregnancy, was being treated.
A second nurse then gave the radio presenters private information about the Duchess' health.