Naya Rivera died ‘in just minutes’, the actress still seen posthumously in the Netflix series
Naya Rivera (33) died ‘in just a few minutes’. That can be read on her death certificate that was released. The unfortunate actress was buried last Friday at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Hollywood Hills.
Three weeks ago, Naya Rivera, known for the TV series ‘Glee’, died in Lake Piru, where she had sailed with her son. The official cause of death is “drowning,” according to her death certificate. No traces of drugs or alcohol were found in her body. It is also stated that the actress died ‘in just a few minutes’. No other people were involved. So her death is an accident, it sounds.
The 33-year-old actress was buried on Friday, July 24, at Forrest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills. Many other celebrities also found their final resting place there, such as Carrie Fisher, Paul Walker, Bette Davis, and Buster Keaton.
Rivera was found lifeless at Lake Piru, California, five days after her disappearance. Here she went on a boat trip with her 4-year-old son Josey. Josey was eventually found sleeping on the boat by tourists on another boat, who immediately notified the police.
The boy was wearing a life jacket and was reportedly hoisted onto the boat by his mother after swimming together. Rivera did not wear a life jacket and no longer had the strength to get out of the water herself.
The actress will soon be seen posthumously in an episode of the Netflix series ‘Sugar Rush’. It is Rivera’s last project. She will be featured in the baking program as a guest judge. The recordings took place earlier this year, before the coronavirus outbreak.