Miss USA 2019 lost her life on January 30, 2022, after jumping from the 29th floor of a skyscraper located in Manhattan. Even a year after her departure, thousands of her fans pay tribute to her.
The morning of Sunday, January 30, 2022, dressed the world of beauty in mourning. The news of the death of the model and Miss USA 2019, Cheslie Kryst, had grabbed headlines.
According to the US portal TMZ, at about 7:15 in the morning the New York Police responded to an emergency call in which people reported the discovery of the body of a lifeless woman. It was Kryst, who had participated in Miss Universe 2019where he reached the top 10.
The first investigations alleged that the 30-year-old model would have thrown herself from the 29th floor of a skyscraper located in Manhattan, near Times Square.
Through her social networks, that same day, the young woman had published a photograph along with a message that read “May this day bring you rest and peace”, for which many interpreted it as a farewell.
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But it wasn’t until February 1 that the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner confirmed to People Magazine that the beauty queen’s death was a suicide. Her body after the blunt impact had suffered multiple injuries.
A year after his death, thousands of his fans turned to his social networks to pay tribute to him through beautiful and nostalgic messages. Even, Miss Universe in the last edition of her honored her and on her networks she also published a video about her and how important it is to talk about mental health.
“One year since you left and I still miss you”, “Cheslie, it’s hard for me to understand that you’re no longer in this life”, “I hope you continue to shine wherever you are”, “We miss you a lot”, “A year that has Hurt a lot since your departure”, “You are and will be the best Miss USA 2019”, “Forever Miss USA 2019”, “Always a queen”, “A hug to heaven”, her fans wrote in various posts on her profile Instagram.
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