September 23, 2022

Cheslie Kryst, Miss USA 2019 And ‘Extra’ Correspondent, Dies At 30

Cheslie Kryst, a previous Miss USA victor, Extra reporter, and lawyer, has kicked the bucket. She was 30.

In decimation and extraordinary distress, we share the death of our darling Cheslie, her family said in an assertion.

Her extraordinary light was one that enlivened others all over the planet with her excellence and strength. She gave it a second thought, she adored, she chuckled and she sparkled.

Cheslie epitomized love and served others, regardless of whether through her work as a lawyer battling for civil rights, as Miss USA and as a host on EXTRA. Be that as it may, above all as a girl, sister, companion, tutor and partner – we realize her effect will live on.

Kryst was seen as dead soon after 7 a.m. on Sunday outside the Orion Condominium working in Manhattan where she resided, the New York Police Department told HuffPost.

She lived on the 10th floor and was most recently seen on the 29th, law authorization sources told the New York Post.

Kryst had posted on Instagram hours sooner, May this day bring you rest and harmony.

Kryst won the Miss USA exhibition in 2019 as a delegate for North Carolina and proceeded to put in the main 10 at the Miss Universe rivalry. She was an authorized lawyer and Emmy-selected reporter for the amusement show Extra, where she had worked since October 2019.

She was an enthusiastic backer for criminal equity change and had worked free for customers serving exorbitant jail time for low-level medication offenses.