Lyric McHenry: Full Story & Must-See Details

Lyric McHenry: Full Story & Must-See Details

Lyric McHenry: Full Story & Must-See Details

On Monday night, McHenry had taken to her Instagram Story to upload videos of her birthday celebrations out at The Frederick Hotel, SoHo Grand Hotel and Dream Downtown in NY.

A New York Police Department spokesperson told Fox News a 26-year-old woman was found "unconscious and unresponsive" on the sidewalk in the vicinity of Undercliff Avenue and Boscobel Place at approximately 5:05 a.m. on Tuesday.

An autopsy has reportedly been scheduled, and police are said to be investigating the circumstances surrounding McHenry's death - specifically, whether or not she was purposely left on the sidewalk.

Lyric was believed to be 20 weeks pregnant at the time of death.

"We had to send her mother to the hospital to calm her down", Pat said, adding she was "trying to keep everyone together", as the family dealt with the tragic news.

Stanford University alum and former reality star Lyric McHenry was found dead in a desolate part of the Bronx early Tuesday with no trousers and in possession of cocaine, authorities say.

According to the New York Daily News, McHenry, who was 20 weeks pregnant, was dressed in a pajama top and no trousers, but was wearing underwear.

According to the report, McHenry had been celebrating her birthday the night before in New York City.

In one clip posted on Instagram, McHenry is posing in front of the mirror in a bathroom as she films herself.

Among locations McHenry had visited with friends and including her sister, Maya, through the course of the evening was the Frederick Hotel in Tribeca, SoHo Grand Hotel and the Dream Downtown.

In 2016, McHenry produced and appeared on a show called EJNYC for EJ Johnson.

She posted an Instagram story of McHenry happily posing for the camera, the caption reading '@lyric_leigh bday turnup'.

Her reported death comes hours after she celebrated her birthday during a night out with friends. The show lasted one season.

Before her television debut, the Stanford graduate worked for the Obama presidential campaign, according to her Instagram account. I love you more than any words or gifts can express!

She went on to work for Complex Networks, and later as a freelance writer and producer.

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