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Cheslie Kryst, a former Miss USA, has died, According to Police

Cheslie Kryst, a former Miss USA, has died, According to Police

Cheslie Kryst, the former Miss USA, died early Sunday morning, according to her family and cops. She had reached the age of thirty years.

According to the New York City Police Department, Kryst, who was named Miss USA in 2019, died after plunging from a Manhattan building.

In a statement obtained by CNN, her family wrote, “We share the heartbreak and profound sorrow of our darling Cheslie’s demise.” “With her beauty and fortitude, she inspired people all around the world. She was compassionate, loving, funny, and radiant.”

Prior to her death, the former Miss USA winner shared a photo on Instagram. She added with a picture of herself, “May this day bring you relaxation and peace.”

Kryst was a lawyer who worked to improve the justice system in the United States. Two universities awarded her three degrees. Kryst, a native of North Carolina, works for a law firm as a civil litigator, assisting inmates who may have been condemned unjustly in receiving reduced sentences at no cost.

“Whether as an attorney working for social justice, as Miss USA, or as a host on EXTRA, Cheslie personified love and helped others,” her statement stated. “But most significantly, we know her influence will carry on as a daughter, sister, friend, mentor, and colleague.”

Kryst obtained her legal degree and MBA from Wake Forest University, and her undergraduate studies at the University of South Carolina, where she was a track athlete. Kryst also works for the entertainment news website ExtraTV as a correspondent.

The business said in a statement, “Our hearts are broken.” “Cheslie was more than just a show-stopper. She was a cherished member of our Extra family who had a positive impact on everyone in the team. All of her relatives and friends have our heartfelt condolences.” She ran a fashion blog for women’s workwear called White Collar Glam and volunteered for Dress for Success in addition to working in law.

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