El caso de la actriz Naya Rivera, vuelve a ser noticia gracias a una declaración de su hijo Josey Hollis Dorsey y un informe de toxicología.
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Naya Rivera pushed son in the boat and cried for help before drowning autopsy finds. Some new heartbreaking information surrounding the death of American actress Naya Rivera (33) who drowned at Lake Piru in California in July. Her corpse was retrieved from the lake on the 13th of July after almost a week of searching. She has taken her four year old son Josey Hollis Dorsey on a boat trip and she had visited the lake before, described as a 'good swimmer' in the report. The report released by the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office says the star had declined to receive a life jacket but a member of staff put one on the vessel anyway just to make sure she was safe. Afterwards, she and her son had jumped out of the boat together into the lake at the Diablo Cove area. Details of the autopsy given to the PA in Los Angeles adds the tragic events that happened next: "Shortly afterwards Rivera pushed the boy back onto the boat. When the child looked back, he saw his mother put her arm in the air and shout 'help,' according to the report. Boat rental worker Bryan Tomaszewski went looking for the rented vessel when it was not returned on time and found Josey wrapped in a towel, wearing a life vest and asleep. A spare adult-sized life jacket was also on the boat, along with Rivera's possessions including her bag and mobile phone.” The only health conditions she was suffering from was vertigo and a recent sinus infection. Rivera's family recently released a statement thanking everyone for their support following her tragic loss: "We are so grateful for the outpouring of love and prayers for Naya, Josey and our family over the past week. While we grieve the loss of our beautiful legend, we are blessed to honour her everlasting legacy and magnetic spirit. Naya was an amazing talent, but was an even greater person, mother, daughter and sister." #NayaRivera#Death#Drowning#LakePiru#California#Son#BoatTrip#Autopsy#Actress#Glee#RIP#Accident#Report
Hasta el momento, solo era conocido que madre e hijo salieron a disfrutar de un tierno paseo en California, específicamente en el lago Piru.
Horas después encontraron el bote, con el niño de 4 años de edad, mojado, con un chaleco salvavidas y solo.
El niño decía “mamá se ha ido” y un par de días después encontraron el cuerpo de Naya Rivera en el fondo del lago.
Sin embargo, fue recientemente que se obtuvieron nuevos datos sobre el día del fallecimiento de la actriz, gracias al testimonio de Josey Hollis Dorsey.
El infante aseguró que su madre y él saltaron al lago por diversión, para darse un chapuzón.
A los minutos, Naya Rivera tenía una expresión de preocupación y rápidamente le pidió a su hijo volver al bote, ella misma se aseguró de llevarlo hasta allí.
Cuando él ya estuvo a salvo, con el salvavidas que le puso su madre antes de saltar, la actriz gritó pidiendo ayuda y dejó su brazo en alto mientras se ahogaba.
Esta fue una de las últimas fotos de Naya y su hijo Josey
Josey Hollis, de tan solo 4 años de edad, tuvo que presenciar el doloroso evento y no ha podido “asimilarlo correctamente”.
Además, junto con esta declaración se publicó también el informe toxicológico de la fallecida en el que se evidenció:
- Anfetamina recetada en niveles bajos, específicamente (Adderall, Dexedrine)
- También se evidenció Diazepam, medicamento para la depresión y etanol
- Más Fentermina, un supresor de apetito
Naya, quien fue además rechazó un salvavidas para sí misma porque sabía nadar. Sufría de vértigo y afección de ritmo cardíaco que pudo generarle un tipo de mareo.
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#nayarivera "Heartbreaking details surrounding the death of Naya Rivera have been revealed as the Ventura County Medical Examiner has released the Glee star's full autopsy and investigative reports. According to the investigative report obtained by PEOPLE, Rivera's 4-year-old son Josey — whom she shared with ex-husband Ryan Dorsey — said that before the star disappeared into the water and drowned, they counted "1, 2, 3" and jumped off the pontoon boat together at Lake Piru in Ventura County, California, on July 8. After getting into the water, Josey said his mother told him to get back on the boat, according to the report. "She helped him onto the boat and then he then heard [Naya] yell 'help' and she put her arm in the air. She then disappeared into the water," the investigative report states. Officials also noted in the investigative report that while Rivera was in good health, she had a history of vertigo "that would get worse when she was in the water." "The decedent would have vertigo to the point of vomiting, but she learned to control the symptoms with antihistamines," the report states. Rivera had been treated at Cedars Sinai hospital for vertigo prior to her death. The investigative report also reveals that Rivera had been prescribed adderall for anxiety and was recently taking medication for a sinus infection. Additionally, Rivera "used a marijuana vape pen and she would smoke about a pack of cigarettes per week," the report states."
Esto pudo contribuir a que Josey Hollis Dorsey perdiera a su madre en el lago Piru por ahogamiento.