“Glee” star Naiya Rivera screamed for help before drowning, her son told investigators

Naya Rivera screamed for help moments before he drowned in a California Lake In July, according to new reports. He used his last moments to help his 4-year-old son, the pair he hired, on the boat he told investigators.

On 8 July, Rivera and his son Hired a pontoon boat in Piru Lake. Her son was later found alone in the boat, wearing a life vest, and Rivera’s body had not been recovered by then After about a week.

According to a Ventura County investigative report released on Friday, the 33-year-old actress, best known for her role as Santa Lopez.Glee, “And his son jumped into the water together. Rivera placed his hand in the air and screamed” help “just before it disappeared underwater.”

An autopsy report from the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office stated that the cause of death was drowning and the manner of death was an accident. Reports state that Rivera did not have a history of “attempted or attempted suicide”.

The report noted that Rivera had no known medical history other than vertigo, which is “worse when living in water” and more recently a serious infection. It was noted that she was “considered a good swimmer,” she was not known to use any illicit substances, and had no COVID-19 symptoms.

Naya Rivera and son Josie Hallis Dorsey arrived at the Regency Village Theater in Westwood, California on February 2, 2019 for the premiere of “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”.

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Toxicology tests indicated that she has a therapeutic level of appetite-suppressing phentermine, a therapeutic level of prescribed amphetamine, and the anti-anxiety drug diazepam in her system. He also had caffeine in his system and his blood alcohol content was 0.016. No physical condition or drugs were considered to be factors in his death.

By the authorities River body recovered On the morning of 13 July.

The investigation report states that Rivera was provided with a life jacket but refused to use it. An employee told investigators that he had rented a boat with a life jacket to Rivara despite her denial. He did not wear it when his body was found.

A boat rental worker found Rivera’s son, Josie, asleep on the boat hours after returning to the rental. Josie told investigators that her mother helped her get back on the boat after swimming, but when she turned around, she saw that her “mother was gone.”

The investigative report stated that Rivera was familiar with the lake and had been there several times, also echoing that she was “able to swim well.”


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