Cause of death of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Star Cherry Valentine revealed
cherry blossomThe cause of death has been officially revealed.
Five months after the drag star, the legal name is George ward, has passed away, more details have emerged. If you remember, at the time of their death, the specifics were beyond their capabilities. family memorial slender. However, an investigation has now revealed that the 28-year-old died by suicide.
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According to the investigation, Ward has been struggling with popularity ever since their rise to fame in RuPaul UK Drag Race, where they perform as their alternate selves, Valentine. Their friend and roommate, kate, revealed in an autopsy report that she noticed changes in the reality star’s sleep patterns that led to their deaths. The report stated:
“[Kate] says he seems normal but has recently noticed that he sleeps late and gets up late. Subject is a successful drag queen, and [his friend] believes he struggled with his popularity after participating in RuPaul’s Drag Race. [Kate] also said that [Ward]My ex-partner recently got engaged. [The friends] will often chat about their struggles, but [Kate] believes that Ward’s extravagant behavior is a mask. [Ward] was previously depressed… this is something he had to fight.”
Apparently, on the night George died (September 18), Kate was out for a concert. When she returned home, she found a clothes rack blocking their bedroom door, with a note telling her not to enter. Sun. Kate immediately called the emergency services, but George died tragically at the scene.
The investigation was informed that three pages of notes remained: one for Kate, one for George’s family, and one unidentified.
George was formerly a mental health nurse, and landed BBC documentary, Queen of Gypsy and Pride. They also “rekindled” their relationship with their family after they “rejected” them for coming out.
Very very sad. Our hearts continue to be with George’s loved ones during this difficult time. Please rest.