First openly transgender reality TV star, Miriam Rivera died at 38


Miriam Rivera, the first openly transgender reality TV star, died on February five in Mexico.

She was thirty eight years old, and her husband, Daniel Cuervo, confirmed the news in a Facebook post. even if she died many months past, the news skint on Friday.

According to reports, Rivera was found in her living accommodations and died beneath mysterious circumstances. She allegedly decorated herself however Cuervo is disputing that she died by suicide.

“My lovely wife rest in peace darling till God lets us be together again,” he wrote on social media.

He told Daily Mail Australia he believes it had been foul play. “Miriam called me [in New York] from Mexico, telling me she was feeling sick and instinctive vomiting blood, thus I told her to visit to the hospital,” he said.

Cuervo additionally unconcealed he needed to bring her body back to New York however she was cremated before an autopsy was performed.

He then allegedly received a threatening telephone from a person who told him to never come to Mexico or he’d be killed.

Jeanett Ørtoft, a friend of Rivera’s, additionally believes Rivera died suspiciously. “Some say she was killed for going against human trafficking, others say she took her own life,” she told Daily Mail Australia.

Rivera was best acknowledged for being a forged member of the 2004 geological dating show “There’s one thing about Miriam” and “Big Brother Australia.”

She was additionally an energetic member of the New York’s dance hall scene and was a part of the House of Xtravaganza. The house honored her in a very tribute on Instagram, “Remembering… our stunning Miriam Xtravaganza.”

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