A woman found dead after being accused of directing online abuse against Madeleine McCann's parents has been formally identified.
Police officers acting on behalf of a coroner will now look at the run-up to the death of Brenda Leyland, who was confronted by a Sky News TV crew over her apparent "trolling" of the couple.
Leicestershire Police said today: " Officers were called at 1.42pm on Saturday October 4 following a report of Brenda Leyland being found deceased at a hotel room in Smith Way, Grove Park.
"Ms Leyland's death is not being treated as suspicious and a file is being prepared for the coroner. Officers acting on behalf of the coroner will look into the circumstances surrounding and prior to her unexpected death."
The 63-year-old was identified as one of the "trolls" posting hate messages aimed at the McCanns, whose daughter disappeared during a family holiday to Portugal in 2007.
She was tracked down to her house in Burton Overy, Leicestershire, and confronted by crime correspondent Martin Brunt in a report televised last week.
It was revealed that, using the Twitter handle @sweepyface, she had posted messages attacking the family.
Asked why she was using her Twitter account to attack the couple, who live with their younger children, nine-year-old twins, in Rothley, Leicestershire, she said: "I'm entitled to do that."
Last Friday, Madeleine's father called for an example to be made of ''vile'' internet trolls who have been targeting the family.
They have faced a slew of abuse on social media for a number of years.
Gerry McCann said he had ''grave concerns'' about letting his twins use the internet after threats of violence and kidnapping.
The comments, in an interview with the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, came after it emerged that police were looking at a dossier of abuse posted on Twitter, Facebook and chat forums.
Mr McCann said he and his wife Kate did not read such material because it was too ''upsetting''.
''We do not have any significant presence on social media or online," he said. " And I've got grave concerns about our children as they grow up and start to access the internet in an unsupervised capacity.
''There have been other instances where people are threatening to kidnap our children. People are threatening violence against Kate and myself.
''Of course it's not just us - it is many other people who happen to find themselves in rather tragic circumstances.
''I'm glad to see the law around this area is being reviewed. But I do think we need to make examples of people who are causing damage.''
A Twitter user called Ben Leyland, who was identified in reports as the dead woman's son, wrote: "I love you mum and I will miss you forever."