TikTok star Kyle Marisa Roth dies at 36

Popular TikTok creator Kyle Marisa Roth, known for sharing controversial celebrity gossip and insight into Hollywood, has died, his family has confirmed.

She was 36 years old.

The family has not revealed the date or cause of death.

Known for its slogan: “Want more? I’ll give you more,” Roth gathered 200,000 subscribers on the platform where she published blind articles, serious crimes, scandals and causes close to her heart several times a week.

“Kyle really loved so fiercely. She was a seeker of truth. A truth teller. It means so much to us as a family, this incredible outpouring of love and support that the world, literally the world, gives us,” Jacqueline Roth, Kyle’s mother, told NBC News on Tuesday.

She said the family is considering when and how to share more about their daughter’s death.

The news first surfaced with a post shared by his mother on LinkedIn on Monday.

“My message as a mother is TikTok, the toxicity, the nastiness of what Kyle has faced, what so many people have faced and are trying to deal with because of this toxic space. I just want people to live their lives with Kyle’s brilliance, his beautiful soul and his spirit,” Roth said.

Lindsay Roth, Kyle’s sister, also posted on Instagram on Monday: “My sister Kyle Marisa passed away last week. As a family we are still thinking and deciding how to properly celebrate and honor her life. We We don’t know yet what happened.”

“I know she touched so many people with her humor, intelligence, beauty, gossip activism, athleticism and so much more – she had so many gifts,” she wrote. “I am truly sorry to those learning of this loss at this time. Any prayers, thoughts, blessings or intentions for a smooth transition of this soul are welcome.”

‘Uncut Gems’ actress Julia Fox commented on the post: “I know I never met Kyle in real life, but I really felt like I knew her. I’m so devastated and I has been crying since the news was leaked on TikTok,” adding, “She was a ray of sunshine and I will miss her dearly.”

Jacqueline Roth said the family received messages from people about Kyle’s “love, her spirit, what she showed the world” and her passion for causes.

“I received a beautiful message from a woman about Kyle’s passion for Indigenous people and Kyle was supporting raising awareness of an issue on Indigenous land,” she said.

Kyle was also passionate about colon cancer awareness, her mother said. For a time, inspired by the 1998 film “Patch Adams,” she wanted to attend medical school and become the doctor who healed through humor.

Kyle’s TikTok account had been flooded with comments from followers questioning his unusual absence earlier this week. Since the news broke on Monday, it has been filled with condolences and messages of love.

“She loved so much her whole life. And that’s what we’re going to miss so much. How much she loves,” Jacqueline Roth said.

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