Up and comer, Lexi St. George, has been reported to have passed away earlier this morning. Coroners are calling her death “accidental” in that it appeared to be drug related. “Our immediate assumption is cardiac arrest brought on by excessive use of cocaine, however, until we can perform an autopsy and a tox screen we won't know for sure.” said a coroner for LA county. Friends had found Lexi in a severe catatonic state early Monday morning and had attempted to resuscitate her but she was too far gone. Paramedics announced the time of death as 9:43 am.
In an interview with ARK music factory, founder Clarence Jay stated. “It just went to her head, she saw the spotlight and lost control. I am not really surprised about her cocaine use, she was high stung to begin with, but I never expected this.”
St. George's parents, in a shallow attempt to boost future sales, took over their daughter's twitter and facebook account. A friend of St. George who was present at her death said “Her parents are just trying to milk this for money, I saw Lexi die, we all did.”
St. George is known for her work with Ark Music Factory and her new song, "Dancing to the Rhythm." After performing on ABC's Good Morning America St. George quickly garnished widespread popularity among prepubescent girls.
It is currently unknown if St. George's unreleased material will become available to the public.
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