"She was a down to earth hippie girl," reads Victoria's touching obit

By Tara Fowler
Updated June 10, 2015 09:25 AM
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The 18-year-old daughter of Queen of Versailles stars David and Jackie Siegel was laid to rest on Tuesday at St Luke’s United Methodist Church in Orlando, Florida.

Victoria Siegel was found dead on Saturday. The cause of death has not been determined, though Victoria struggled with an addiction to prescription drugs. An autopsy has been completed, but any official ruling is pending a toxicology report that could take weeks.

Her obituary celebrated her as an “earthly angel with a sensitive nature and caring soul.”

“She planned on opening a sushi restaurant at the Cocoa Beach Pier called ‘Rikki Tikki Tavern,’ ” reads the touching obit.

“She was a down to earth hippie girl. Instead of a new car she wanted a 1970 [Volkswagen] station wagon van. Some people called her Hippie Rikki.

“She preferred to be barefoot or in flip-flops,” continues the obit. “She was one of the most sensitive down to earth girls you could ever meet. All who knew her will remember her kind heart, her soft spot for rescuing animals in need, and beautiful smile that could light up a room.”

In place of flowers, the family asked mourners seeking to honor Victoria’s memory to donate money to the Victoria Siegel Memorial Fund, which will “help troubled teens get the guidance and assistance they need to live a healthy and positive life.”

Some who knew Victoria say there were “literally no signs” she was struggling with drug addiction.

“We got to know Rikki, and there were no signs other than she was an angsty teen [it didn’t seem any] different than what any other teenager is going through,” Jeremy London told PEOPLE Tuesday. London starred on the reality series Celebrity Wife Swap alongside David and Jackie Siegel.