May 27, 2024

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TikTok star Kyle Marissa Roth has died at the age of 36

TikTok star Kyle Marissa Roth has died at the age of 36

Famous TikTok creator Kyle Marissa RothThe famous actress, who was known for spreading controversial rumors about celebrities and her vision of Hollywood, has died, her family has confirmed.

She was 36 years old.

The family did not reveal the date or cause of death.

Known for her catchphrase “You want more? I'll give you more,” Ruth has amassed 200,000 followers on the platform where she posts several times a week about blind spots, high crimes, scandals and issues that interest her.

“He really loved Kyle deeply. She was a truth seeker. A truth teller. And this incredible outpouring of love and support that the world is giving us, literally, means so much to us as a family,” Jacqueline Roth, Kyle's mother, told NBC News on Tuesday. .

She said the family was working to figure out when and how they would share more about her daughter's death.

The news first broke with a post shared by her mother LinkedIn on monday.

“My message as a parent is TikTok, the toxicity, the spirituality that Kyle faced, and what a lot of people faced and tried to deal with because of that toxic space. I just want people to live their lives with Kyle's brightness and her spirit and her beautiful spirit,” Roth said.

Kyle's sister, Lindsay Roth, also posted on Instagram on Monday, saying, “My sister Kyle Marissa passed away last week. As a family, we are still processing and deciding how to properly celebrate and honor her life. We don't know what happened yet.”

“I know she touched so many people with her sense of humor, intelligence, beauty, gossip, athleticism and more – she had so many gifts,” she wrote. “I am so sorry to those who have learned of this loss now. Any prayers, thoughts, blessings or intentions for a smooth transition of this soul are welcomed.”

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Uncut Gems actress Julia Fox commented on the post, saying: “I know I've never met Kyle in real life, but I really felt like I knew her. I'm so devastated and crying since the news leaked on TikTok,” adding: “She was a ray of sunshine.” “The sun and I will miss it so much.”

Jacqueline Roth said the family received letters from people about Kyle's “love, her intelligence, what she showed the world” and her passion for the cases.

“I received a beautiful letter from a woman about how passionate Kyle was about Indigenous people and Kyle was supportive of raising awareness of an issue on Indigenous lands,” she said.

Kyle was also passionate about colon cancer awareness, her mother said. For a while, inspired by the 1998 film “Patch Adams,” she wanted to attend medical school and become a doctor who heals through humor.

Kyle's TikTok account was filled with comments from followers asking about her unusual absence earlier this week. Since the news broke on Monday, he has been full of condolences and messages of love.

“She loved deeply her whole life. That's what we're going to miss so much. How much she loved her,” Jacqueline Ruth said.