Death of Naya Rivera: a new chilling detail, revealed by her 4-year-old son

Death of Naya Rivera: a new chilling detail, revealed by her 4-year-old son

Death of Naya Rivera: a new chilling detail, revealed by her 4-year-old son

Death of Naya Rivera: a new chilling detail, revealed by her 4-year-old son In July 2020, Naya Rivera died at the age of 33, drowned in Lake Piru in California (United States). The autopsy report has leaked and helps understand why the Glee actress drowned. And he also gives a new detail, revealed by his 4-year-old son, which is cold in the back.

Naya Rivera reportedly saved her son before calling for help

After being reported missing for several days, Naya Rivera was found lifeless in July 2020, in Lake Piru in California. The one who played Santana in the Glee series died of an accidental drowning as the coroner had revealed. People magazine managed to get the autopsy report that was done at the Ventura County Medical Center. And there is a new detail on the circumstances of his death, revealed by his 4-year-old son, Josey (whose father is actor Ryan Dorsey).

In the autopsy report, it is written that Naya Rivera and her child “counted '1, 2, 3' before jumping into the water of the lake from the pontoon of the boat” . But “his mother told him to get back on the boat soon after entering the water” , and “she helped him get on the boat, then he heard (his mother Naya Rivera) screaming at the boat. 'help and she raised her arm in the air. She then disappeared into the water . The actress would therefore have first done everything to put her son to safety on the boat, feeling that there was danger in the water. Once she was able to protect her child, she reportedly called for help, in vain, before drowning.

She would have had “vertigo” which “worsened when she was in the water”

The document also specifies that the death of Naya Rivera has nothing to do with suicide, because there is “no known history of envy or attempted suicide” in her. It is also stated that the star was in good health and was “considered a good swimmer” . But then what would have happened?

Not only are the currents strong in Lake Piru and can be dangerous, but in addition, Naya Rivera is said to have had a history of vertigo “which worsened when in the water”. “The deceased would have been dizzy to the point of vomiting, but she learned to control the symptoms with antihistamines” he is even said, she who was also treated at Cedars Sinai hospital shortly before her death . The most likely theory about her death is therefore that she would have felt ill, dizzy, while she was bathing.

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