Cheslie Kryst died at the age of 30.
Cheslie Kryst, Miss USA 2019 and Extra correspondent, died at 30. Kryst jumped from a Manhattan apartment
building and died on the spot, police said. Her family confirmed her death. "We mourn the loss of our beloved
Cheslie," the statement said. "Her beauty and strength inspired others all over the world. She cared, loved,
laughed, and shone. Cheslie embodied love and served others as an attorney for social justice, Miss USA, and
EXTRA host. The impact she had on us as a family will never be forgotten "her kin said. Kryst, a North Carolina
attorney and former Division I athlete, won Miss USA in May 2019 and competed in Miss Universe that year.
When Kryst was crowned, she became the first Black woman to hold the titles of Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, and Miss America.
Extra, a nationally syndicated programme, said Kryst "She was a vital part of our show
and a beloved member of our Extra family. Our sincere condolences to her family."