What Is Transgender 'Big Brother' Star Rebekah Shelton's Cause Of Death?

What Is Transgender 'Big Brother' Star Rebekah Shelton's Cause Of Death?

What Is Transgender 'Big Brother' Star Rebekah Shelton's Cause Of Death?

When asked if she'd ever had regrets about transitioning, she said: "As soon as I left intensive care I felt that pain. My lawyer is already working on this and this person who wants to spoil my happiness is going to pay for it".

"This person can't accept that I'm happy, that I overcome all my problems and that I'm finally living my life happy. I'm on holiday, I'm in Arabia, and I'm NOT DEAD".

The transgender "Big Brother" star Rebekah Shelton, who appeared on the show as Rodrigo Lopes in 2009, died Wednesday night at the age of 32.

Shelton appeared on the show during its Channel 4 run in 2009, where she eventually finished in fifth place.

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On the show, she said: "I regretted it as soon as I had it". Friends and family of Rodrigo have been frantic this morning.

Rebekah began to live as a woman in 2012 and underwent a sex change in 2014. And she achieved so much through her transition'.

Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton has died unexpectedly aged just 32.

Her last tweet, sent almost two months ago, featured a black and white picture of herself.

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While a third wrote: 'My prayers and thoughts to Rebekah and her entire family'.

In her video, recorded in a hotel room, she said: 'Hi everyone, I would like to kindly ask.

"I saw that frightful thing between my legs and I started crying around the hospital saying, 'I regret, I regret.' I wanted to kill myself because it was a nightmare". I'm not sure what I would do if I could go back in time'.

She said she'd spent a month in hospital and had little support from her family during her initial surgical transition process, leaving her feel very alone and isolated. "It's different when you are having fun with your friends in the clubs, to changing your whole life and facing the rejection or acceptance of the world".

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