THE daughter of notorious backpacker murderer Ivan Milat has died suddenly after developing a blood clot.
Lynise Milat was constantly taunted over her father’s callous crimes in Australia before her death at the age of 57.
She died on Saturday at Gosford Hospital, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Lynise’s mother Marilyn Milat-Tempest had secret trysts with Milat while also in a relationship with his brother, Boris.
Evil Milat died back in 2019 at the age of 74 after suffering terminal oesophagus and stomach cancer – more than two decades after he was convicted of the backpacker murders in 1996.
The serial killer assaulted, imprisoned, robbed and murdered two men and five women in New South Wales between 1989 and 1992.
He was convicted of seven murders after picking up his hitchhiking victims before driving them to the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney, to murder them.
Milat was also found guilty of kidnapping Brit tourist Paul Onions, who managed to escape the killer’s vehicle.