Former Miss USA Commits Suicide

“May this day bring you rest and peace,” were the words that former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst wrote on her Instagram before jumping from her luxury high-rise apartment in Midtown Manhattan. Kryst, crowned Miss USA in 2019 was 30 at the time of her death.

Sources revealed that Chelsie Kryst lived on the 9th floor, however, she jumped from the 29th floor of the 60-floor building around 7:15 Sunday morning.

Kryst graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with a law degree and was fundamental as an activist in the National Black Law Students Association, among other activities. She served at Poyner-Spruill LLP as an associate attorney and was a part of the firm’s litigation team from September 2017 to May 2019.

Up to the time of her death, she was an accomplished news correspondent at ‘Extra’, a position that she dominated and served well. Her passion in this role led to her capturing two Daytime Emmy nominees. 

The team at ‘Extra’ is saddened by her passing and paid tribute to Cheslie Kryst on their Instagram page on Sunday. She was fondly remembered as a vital part of the show and a beloved part of the family who touched the entire staff and extended condolences to her families and friends.

Sources also said she left a note behind singling out her mother as the recipient of her possessions. The note, however, did not reveal a motive for her actions.

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