According to law enforcement sources, Cheslie Kryst, the previous winner of Miss USA, was the individual who tragically jumped to her demise from a tall building in Midtown on Sunday, as reported by The Post.
Just before she leaped, Kryst shared on her Instagram page, “May this day bring you relaxation and tranquility.”
According to sources, the 30-year-old lawyer and the winner of the 2019 pageant jumped from her 60-story luxury building, Orion, at around 7:15 a.M. On 42nd Street, W. 350.
Sunday statement a in said family queen’s beauty former the “Cheslie” beloved our of passing the share we sorrow, and devastation in.
“And she radiated, she chuckled, she adored, she showed concern. Her tremendous light was a source of strength and beauty that inspired others around the world.”
Her relatives stated, ‘However, above all as a offspring, sibling, companion, guide and associate — we are aware that her influence will endure.’ Cheslie personified affection and assisted others, whether it be through her profession as a lawyer advocating for equality, as Miss USA and as a presenter on EXTRA.
Kryst, who lived on the ninth floor of the building, was seen on a terrace on the 29th floor when she jumped alone, according to sources.
According to sources, in 2002, Mrs. North Carolina was declared the winner, being a former contestant in beauty pageants herself. Her mother, Kryst, left a note before she departed, expressing her desire to give up all her belongings. Sources mentioned that the motive behind Kryst’s actions was not mentioned in the note.
A police informant expressed sorrow over Kryst, stating, “Her situation is truly disheartening. She led a life that would make anyone envious… Not only was she stunning, but she possessed intelligence as well – she worked as a lawyer.”
Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” was acknowledged by Kryst, a former Miss North Carolina, who won the top honors at the 2019 Miss USA pageant. She was beautifully dressed in a sparkly winged costume designed by Costume National.
Kryst also served as a journalist for ExtraTV.
The company expressed in a statement, “Our hearts are shattered.” Our additional family and the entire staff were deeply moved, as she held a cherished role in our show. Cheslie was not only an essential component. We offer our sincerest condolences to all her family and friends.
In October 2019, Kryst voiced her thoughts on Facebook for World Mental Health Day, providing suggestions on how she dealt with stress.
I make sure to do a lot to maintain my mental health, especially if I’m busy, happy, or sad. Talking to a counselor who is really easy to talk to gives me great strategies, which is the most important thing, she said.
Kryst stated, “I simply sit and observe my preferred films. I do not respond to messages. I power down my phone, I detach. I allocate time at the conclusion of each day solely to unwind when I’m not conversing with my therapist.”
In 2020, she revisited the matter once more during an interview with The Hilltop.
Kryst stated, “I am commencing my day and I am rising. I am aware that my alarm goes off each day at 6:45, so I strive to establish a consistent routine.” “Firstly, there are three actions that I am undertaking in terms of taking care of myself,” she further included.
I try to set very clear boundaries, even though I’m at home, by not responding to emails after 6 o’clock. I’ve got my phone with me, but I’m done answering messages with my computer.
Additionally, she mentioned, “I follow a consistent exercise regimen that maintains my physical well-being and enhances my mental acuity.”
If you are living in New York City and are struggling with mental health crises or suicidal thoughts, you can call 1-888-NYC-WELL for free and confidential crisis counseling. If you reside outside of the five boroughs, you can dial the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255, which is available 24/7. Additionally, you can visit SuicidePreventionLifeline.Org.