New York influencer Eva Evans’ cause of death revealed

New York influencer Eva Evans committed suicide at the age of 29.

The TikTok star was found in his apartment on Saturday evening by a friend who had the key to his apartment, police sources said. TMZ on April 23. Evans’ friend reportedly told police they did not know she was suffering from mental health issues, and a note was left behind.

Evans’ sister, Lila, took to Instagram on April 21 to reveal that the influencer had passed away. In the caption of the post — which featured a photo of Evans wearing a colorful dress and smiling — Lila congratulated her sister and detailed the devastating news.

New York influencer Eva Evans dies aged 29 (Itsevaevans / Instagram)

“Please share this message so it reaches everyone who needs it,” she wrote. “Yesterday my family learned that our sweet, fabulous, creative, caring and hilarious Eva, my beautiful sister, had passed away.”

Lila then spoke candidly about her heartbreak, before showing her support to Evans’ fans, adding: “After 24 hours I still find myself in a constant cycle of denial and acceptance, so I know how much it feels like is incredible and difficult to process this news will be.

She said “a celebration of Eva” will take place in Lower Manhattan on April 23. She also told fans they could message her for directions on how to attend the event.

Lila concluded her caption by acknowledging how much she loves and misses her sister. She also noted that she was taking a step back from her social media posts, as she planned Evans’ celebration.

“I wish I had Eva here now to refer to because she would have better words and know how to say what I am not saying,” she wrote. “I’m keeping this brief, so we can plan the next few days, but you’ll hear a lot more about how much Eva means to me and how different the world will be without her.”

Many fans and fellow influencers took to the comments to offer their condolences to Evans’ family. They also expressed how much they admire the TikTok star.

“I am so sorry for your loss. I will light a candle for her tonight. I send my deepest condolences to you and everyone who loved her. I will tell my grandparents to show her around the places,” wrote TikTok star Tefi Pessoa.

“I’m so sorry for your loss Lila. Sending so much love to you and your family,” model Lameka Fox wrote.

“The loss is unfathomable, for those of us lucky enough to have known her genius and goodness, but also for the world, which is not the place it should have been without her. Good luck , Lila and love,” a third fan added.

Uncut gemstones Star Julia Fox also took to TikTok to share a touching tribute to Evans. “She was a TikTok star and a New York icon. I always saw her as a little sister and I know she looked up to me,” Fox said with tears in her eyes. “That’s the kind of person she was, always standing up for me, and she died. She was so young. There was still so much to do in life.

She continued to express her love for Evans in the caption, writing: “RIP EVA. New York will *never* be the same without you.

Evans had over 300,000 followers on TikTok, where she posted hilarious content about her life in New York as a woman in her 20s. Her videos ranged from advice on what to do in New York to her candid advice on how to deal with a breakup.

The influencer also had her own show, Club rat, on Amazon Prime, of which there were five episodes. According to the synopsis, the show is about a “self-centered influencer who tries to re-enter New York’s chaotic dating scene after a candid video of her humiliating breakup goes viral.”

The independent has contacted Evans’ family for comment.

If you are experiencing feelings of distress and isolation, or are struggling to cope, the Samaritans offer support; you can speak to someone free, confidentially, on 116 123 (UK & ROI), email jo@samaritans.org or visit the Samaritans website to find your branch details the closest.

If you reside in the United States and you or someone you know is currently in need of mental health assistance, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The Helpline is a free and confidential crisis telephone line, available to anyone 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you are in another country, you can go www.befrienders.org to find a helpline near you.

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News Source : www.independent.co.uk


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