My 600-lb Life's Gina Krasley complained of 'pain' in legs & 'numb' hands in mystery illness for last vlog before death
MY 600-Lb Life star Gina Krasley complained of pain in her legs and a numbness in her hands when she updated fans in her YouTube vlog about a mystery illness just weeks before her death.
The Sun can exclusively reveal that a 911 call was placed from her New Jersey home at 9:56am on August 1, the day she was tragically found dead at just 30 years old.
In her final vlog posted in late June, the TLC star gave a painful update to her fans.
She said: “I still can't walk yet still have really no feeling in my hands, and then working on PT did not start yet, because my legs are in a lot of pain.”
She said her hands were in such pain that she was unable to hold her phone to record the vlog, and her mother had to help her.
Gina also claimed doctors thought she may have been suffering from multiple sclerosis.
She said: “One doctor was saying they think I could have MS. But we're not sure about that. That's why I go see the neurologists, the earliest that they have is July 29.”
It’s unclear if she ever made it to her neurology appointment – she passed away just a few days after the scheduled appointment.
Gina said she was trying to stay “positive” and was even continuing to speak to a therapist about her failing physical health.
She sweetly added at the end of the vlog: “Always remember that you're worth it, you're good enough, take it minute by minute, and I love you guys.”
The Sun has also learned that Gina’s funeral services will be open to the public, and visitors can pay their respects Sunday, August 8 from 10am-1pm at Maxwell Funeral Home in New Jersey.
There will not be a burial, according to a spokesperson for the funeral home.
Gina starred in the eighth season of the hit TLC show.
The My 600lb Life star passed away on Sunday at her home in Tuckerton, New Jersey, "surrounded by her loving family," according to an obituary.
Her obituary page said that Gina's "great passion" was dancing, adding that she created a TikTok trend called "dancing has no size limit."
Her TikTok account, which now appears to be private, amassed 246,000 followers and almost two million likes.
She also had dreams of opening up a dance studio for special needs children.
Her family is asking for fans to make donations to a mental health charity in lieu of flowers.
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