Coliesa McMillian, perfect recognized for starring in “My 600-lb. Existence,” has died.
The TLC famous person passed on to the great beyond on Tuesday on the age of 41, an obituary indexed in her house state of Louisiana confirms.
“Coliesa a loving, mom, sister, aunt and good friend passed on to the great beyond peacefully at The Crossing on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, on the age of 41,” the obituary reads.
A reason for demise is unknown.
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TLC additionally launched a commentary on social media providing their condolences to McMillian’s circle of relatives.
“TLC is saddened to be told of the lack of Coliesa McMillian, who shared her tale on My 600lb Existence. Our private condolences to her circle of relatives at this tough time,” the community posted on Twitter.
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McMillian seemed on Season eight of “My 600-lb. Existence.” Sooner than becoming a member of the truth TV collection, she suffered a middle assault and misplaced her fiance in a automotive twist of fate.
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To assist her shed some pounds, McMillian underwent surgical treatment after which reportedly suffered from headaches, consistent with TMZ. She is survived by way of her 4 daughters, oldsters and siblings.
Her funeral products and services are being held in Plaquemine, Los angeles.