YouTube And VH1 Star Stevie Ryan Dead At 33

YouTube And VH1 Star Stevie Ryan Dead At 33

YouTube And VH1 Star Stevie Ryan Dead At 33

The Los Angeles Coroner's office have confirmed that she died on 1 July, with the cause of death deemed suicide by hanging.

"Will have a new Mentally Ch (ill) and a Teen Mom Tea up as soon as we can", she added.

Ryan wrote, edited and acted in her own videos which were posted to YouTube, some of which racked up millions of views.

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The character was obsessively fawn over men on MySpace as well as how many friends she had on the social site. I love you my Pa, " she wrote.

Jenelle Evans had the most off-beat reaction, admitting that she and Ryan didn't have the best relationship, but she was sad to hear about her death.

A native of Victorville, Ryan launched her Web career dabbling with a video camera and making posts on YouTube of herself portraying insane characters.

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The actress rose to fame during the late 2000s thanks to her wide collection of YouTube sketches, in which she'd often impersonate stars like Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Jamie Lynn Spears and Amy Winehouse. I love you my Papa, ' she commented on Instagram along with a sweet collage of her grandfather. "Stevie TV" was renewed for a second season but was canceled in 2014.

"So then I created Little Loca thinking, 'I'm going to hand YouTube its ass right now.' I created Little Loca and thought I'd just do it and freak people out".

Ryan also worked on some commercial projects in continued pursuit of her career, but her videos were what got her noticed. In the most recent episode of the podcast, Ryan revealed her grandfather had died on June 29.

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"I'm just anxious this will send me into a deeper depression", Ryan said.

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