An autopsy revealed that Naya Rivera had called for help as soon as she sank


An autopsy report released Friday states that "happy" actor Naya raised her arm and appealed for help when she accidentally drowned while boating with her 4-year-old son on a lake in California.


An autopsy revealed that Naya Rivera had called for help as soon as she sank


The Ventura County Medical Examiner reports that once his mother helped him get back on the boat, the boy saw her raise her hand in the air and "helped." Water."

Authorities had earlier said that on July 8, Riviera accidentally sank after putting Josie Holmes Dorsey back on a boat on Lake Peru, northwest of Los Angeles, but she did not mention screaming for help. What was?

Rivera "knew how to swim well," the report said.

The man who rented the Pontoon boat said he refused the vest of life, but he saved a ride anyway.

He revealed that 33-year-old Riviera had a previous problem with vertebrates, had a recent bone infection, and had a small amount of prescribed amphetamine in his system, but cited physical conditions as the cause of his death. Or did not identify drugs.

Toxicity tests also show that his anti-anxiety drug diazepam had very low doses of treatment and an appetite suppressant phentermine in his system.

Josie, Riviera's son, was sleeping alone with her ex-husband, actor Ryan Dorsey, on a floating boat later this afternoon and was found alone.

Five days later, his body was found floating in an area of ​​the lake about 30 feet deep. The Ventura County Sheriff's Office said she was trapped’ in thick underwater vegetation for several days before she could possibly swim to the top.

Josie was immediately reunited’ with her father and other relatives.

The day before his death, Riviera tweeted a picture of the two of them, which read, "We're just two people." In his memoirs, he called it "my greatest achievement, and I will never do better."

Riviera's death was the third of a key cast member on the Fox TV musical comedy "The Street," in which Riviera sang and danced with the gay cheerleaders between 2009 and 2015.

Rivera's body was found’ seven years after co-star Cory Monteith died at the age of 31 from a toxic mixture of alcohol and heroin.

Another fellow star, Mark Salling, who once told Riviera's history, committed suicide in 2018 at the age of 35 after pleading guilty to child pornography.


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