Gleycy Correia, former Miss United Continents Brazil in 2018, has died at the age of 27.
The beauty pageant queen underwent a routine surgery to remove her tonsils and days later suffered heavy bleeding and had a heart attack on April 4th.
Correia suffered a hemorrhage and then fell into a coma.
She reportedly never regained consciousness, and over two months later, she died of kidney failure.
“We are deeply saddened by this loss,” family pastor Lidiane Alves told the newspaper.
“She was an amazing woman and much loved by everyone. It won’t be easy to live without her smile and shine.”
“My heart is in pieces,” added Alves.
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Fox News reported:
Her family priest Lidiane Alves Oliviera confirmed the news on Instagram. “Gleycy underwent surgery to remove her tonsils and was soon released by the doctor.”
“5 days after the procedure, Gleycy had a hemorrhage and had to return to Unimed Costa do Sol hospital. Due to hemorrhage, she had a cardio respiratory arrest, doctors were able to perform the resuscitation procedure, however, the exams showed neurological damage and she remained in a coma for 75 days. In the last 3 days of life, Gleycy had a kidney failure and died on the last Monday.”
An autopsy will be performed on her body at the Forensic Medicine Institute of Macae, according to the Daily Mail.
Oliviera shared a statement regarding Correria’s loss.
“We are deeply saddened by this loss. She was an amazing woman and much loved by everyone,” she told Fox News Digital. “Gleycy actively participated in social projects in our local church, especially when were social projects for children. In addition, she had her own social project to reconstruct the areolas of the breasts of women affected by cancer. It won’t be easy to live without her smile and shine. We’re still getting used to the idea of not having her around.”