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Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst Died, Death Reason? Net Worth? Family? [Full Info]

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“In devastation and great sorrow, we share the passing of our beloved Cheslie. Her great light was one that inspired others around the world with her beauty and strength,” Kryst’s family said in a statement.

Cheslie Kryst:

Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst has died, her family confirmed. She was 30.

Cause of Death?

Authorities say Kryst died Sunday after jumping from a 60-story building at 350 W. 42nd Street in New York City around 7:15 a.m. local time, The New York Post reports.

Kryst reportedly lived on the ninth floor of the Orion building and was last seen on a 29th-floor terrace, according to the outlet.

“In devastation and great sorrow, we share the passing of our beloved Cheslie,” Kryst’s family said Sunday in a statement. “Her great light was one that inspired others around the world with her beauty and strength. She cared, she loved, she laughed and she shined.”

“Cheslie embodied love and served others, whether through her work as an attorney fighting for social justice, as Miss USA and as a host on Extra. But most importantly, as a daughter, sister, friend, mentor and colleague – we know her impact will live on,” they added.

Kryst’s family is asking for privacy in wake of the late beauty queen’s death.

Net Worth:

According to a series of research we conducted, Cheslie Kryst had a net worth of $120,000 until her death. She bagged such an amount from her brand ambassadorial deals and gigs that she plays.

Family:

Kryst was born on April 28, 1991, in Jackson, Michigan, to a Polish American father and an African American mother. She had four brothers, Asa, Chandler, Jet, and Brooklyn, and a sister, Page. Her mother, April Simpkins, competed in pageantry and was crowned Mrs. North Carolina US when Kryst was a child.

Early History:

She earned a law degree and a master’s of business administration from Wake Forest University.

Kryst told the North Carolina Bar Association’s blog in 2019 that she was inspired to enter pageant competition by her mother, April Simpkins, who was Mrs. North Carolina in 2002.

“I remember watching her win and going to appearances with her during her reign,” Kryst said. “Her title provided her with a platform to advocate for issues that were important to her and people listened.”

It took Kryst five tries to win the North Carolina title before she went on to take Miss USA. She acknowledged her tenacity by citing a quote widely attributed to Winston Churchill: “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

Her time at the Charlotte offices of the law firm Poyner Spruill LLP appeared to be fruitful, as it elevated her to the position of diversity adviser in 2020 after her pageant sabbatical in 2019.

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