Naya Rivera Death: Yelled help Before Drowning Revealed in New Autopsy Report

Naya Rivera Death yelled help before drowning, revealed in New Autopsy Report. In July 2020, Naya, along with her son, rented a pontoon boat at Lake Piru. However, both of them decided to jump into the water for swimming. After a while, Naya asked her son to get back on the boat. The report further added that the “Glee” actress, after helping her son to get on the boat, started yelling for help and raised her arms in the air. Afterward, Rivera disappeared in the water. The cause of her death was drowning, and according to police investigations, it was an accident. The autopsy report further revealed that Naya didn’t have any suicidal ideation or attempt. 

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However, she was taking medication for sinus infection before her death. The report also added that she was a good swimmer. Moreover, she didn’t have any COVID-19 symptoms. 

Naya Rivera Career

At an early age, Naya appeared in Kmart commercials. Later on in CBS sitcom, Rivera was cast in The Royal Family, which was on-aired in 1991. The show was highly acclaimed by the critics and was a super hit. In the 90s decade, she also became a sensational teen star in Black sitcoms. Her roles in several sitcoms were highly praised and ultimately landed her some big projects. 

Rivera’s career was on heights in the early 2000s; she was among the most in-demand celebs and did an extensive range of projects, including commercials, seasons, sitcoms, and more. 

Naya Rivera Death: Yelled help Before Drowning

Her body was found five days later, floating on the surface of the water. Naya’s death was a great loss for the US television industry. Rivera was finally proclaimed dead after her dead body was found. She was among the few stars that performed outstandingly and contributed to the US entertainment industry. Earlier in 2014, she married to Ryan Dorsey but divorced in 2018. However, her brother Mychal Rivera is a former football player.