Pornstar Dakota Skye, who received backlash for flashing tits in George Floyd mural, found dead

Advertisement

[ad_1]

Adult film star Dakota Skye was found dead in Los Angeles, a family member has confirmed.

Skye, real name Lauren Scott, came from a family with a history of drug addiction, her aunt said in an interview.

“She passed away almost exactly two years after the death of her mother, my little sister, which was caused by drug and alcohol addiction,” Linda Arden told The Sun.

“Lauren was the product of a very dysfunctional family involving drugs, alcohol, physical, emotional, verbal and sexual abuse,” the aunt added.

‘PERIL!’ HTE ALEX TREBEK “COULD HAVE BEEN A STANDUP COMIC”, SAYS RUTA LEE: “ITS DELIVERY WAS OUTSTANDING”

The report says Skye’s body was discovered in her Los Angeles campervan by her unnamed husband.

Adult film actress Dakota Skye attends the 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & amp;  Casino on January 22, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Advertisement

Adult film actress Dakota Skye attends the 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & amp; Casino on January 22, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Gabe Ginsberg / FilmMagic)

An official with the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed to Fox News that they are currently investigating the death of a woman named Lauren Scott who died on June 9. She was 27 and listed as “homeless,” the office said.

An autopsy was performed two days ago, but the cause and terms of his death have been postponed pending “further investigation,” the official said.

Skye was criticized in the weeks leading up to her death for a photo she posted on Instagram showing her showing off her breasts to the camera as she stood in front of a George Floyd mural, according to the report.

CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER

Skye captioned the social media post, “Have a nice day #GeorgeFloyd at #santabarbara <3 #dakotaskye equality and fair treatment for all. Dope mural." Instagram users took issue with the post, with one calling it "disrespectful."

“What does The Flash have to do with George Floyd’s death,” another commented on the controversial photo to which the star replied, “no one is celebrating it. Hello. No human should die in getting arrested.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Floyd, 46, who was black, died after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white police officer in Minneapolis on May 25.



[ad_2]

You Can Read Also

Latest News

Advertisement

malek

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *