Brandi Mallory’s official autopsy report reveals that her cause of death was attributed to complications related to obesity, as reported by the Fulton County Medical Examiner. TMZ obtained the document, which highlights factors such as the “Extreme Weight Loss” star’s weight, an enlarged heart, and elevated blood indicators indicative of prediabetes, all contributing to her overall health issues.
The autopsy findings indicated no evidence of recent injury, and there was no suspicion of foul play. While trace amounts of marijuana and alcohol were detected in her system, the coroner stated that neither substance played a role in her death.
The autopsy report explicitly states, “It is my opinion that Brandi E. Mallory died of complications of obesity, considered a significant condition contributing to the death.” The manner of her death is classified as natural.
Who was Brandi Mallory?
Brandi Mallory was discovered dead in a parking lot at an Atlanta strip mall after being seen entering her car the previous night. A concerned bystander, noticing the car hadn’t moved for an extended period, called 911 suspecting a potential issue.
Mallory gained recognition for her participation in Season 4 of the ABC series “Extreme Weight Loss” in 2014 and remained involved with the program as recently as 2018. She passed away at the age of 40. The autopsy report provides clarity on the medical factors leading to her tragic demise, emphasizing the role of obesity-related complications in her untimely death.