• Brandi Mallory’s cause of death was determined to be complications of obesity
• She was found with trace amounts of marijuana and alcohol in her system, but they did not contribute to her death
• She appeared on the fourth season of Extreme Weight Loss in 2014, losing a total of 151 lbs. over the course of a year and was praised for her body positivity
Here is what happened:
Brandi Mallory, star of “Extreme Weight Loss,” passed away at the age of 40 due to complications of obesity, according to an autopsy report from the Fulton County Medical Examiner. The report stated that her manner of death was natural, indicating that there was no evidence of recent injury or foul play. Traces of marijuana and alcohol were found in Mallory’s system, but they were not determined to have contributed to her death. Mallory was last seen on the night of November 8, when surveillance footage showed her picking up food from a local Chipotle. Unfortunately, she never left the parking lot, and her unresponsive state was reported to the police the following day.
Mallory appeared on the fourth season of “Extreme Weight Loss” in 2014, having lost a total of 151 pounds over the course of a year. She credited her weight loss to exercise and eliminating meat from her diet. Her impressive transformation and commitment to body positivity made a lasting impact on those around her, as evidenced by the moving tribute shared by fellow contestant Kim Williams Maxile. The tribute recalled the deep connection they shared and the positive influence Mallory had on the world. It expressed gratitude for having experienced Mallory’s presence and celebrated her unwavering passion for body positivity and zest for life.
In this trying time following Mallory’s passing, the heartfelt tribute serves as a reminder of the impact she made on those around her and her enduring spirit. It’s a testament to her lasting legacy and the love and admiration she inspired in others.