Lauren Braxton cause of death was a heart condition. Her father Michael Conrad Braxton, Jr gave no specifics about Lauren Braxton heart condition.
Her autopsy is set to be completed by Tuesday, April 30, in the evening.
Lauren Braxton cause of death: How Lauren Braxton death happened:
Lauren died Monday, April 29, 2019 in her Maryland home. She was 24.
According to TMZ, law enforcements said that they received a 911 call Monday at noon. When officers and paramedic arrived at the scene, Lauren was unresponsive. She was later pronounced dead by the paramedics.
Her father Michael Conrad Braxton, Jr. told TMZ that Lauren’s death was due to a heart condition, but he didn’t get into specifics.
Lauren was the daughter of Michael Conrad Braxton Jr., the brother of the five Braxton sisters: Toni, Tamar, Towanda, Trina and Traci.
Like the rest of the Braxton family, Michael occasionally appeared on the WEtv series “Braxton Family Values,” along with his sisters (and Lauren’s aunts) Traci, Towanda, Trina, and Tamar.
Lauren was very active on Instagram, and often shared photos of friends and family. Her last post was six days ago, wishing a family member a happy birthday. Before that, Lauren posted a throwback photo of herself eating as a child. “#TBT && I still stay eating to this day,” she wrote.
Trina posted an Instagram tribute Tuesday reading, “God sent me another angel! Rest in Heaven Lauren “LoLo” Braxton,” along with a photo of Lauren.
Toni — who was at the Tobago Music Festival over the weekend — has yet to speak out about her niece’s untimely death.
Before her stint on Dancing with the Stars, Toni herself shared that she had been diagnosed with microvascular angina, a type of angina (or chest pain) that may be a symptom of coronary microvascular disease (MVD), per the American Heart Association (AHA).
Microvascular angina is caused by spasms within the walls of the heart’s small arterial blood vessels, causing reduced blood flow to the heart muscle, which then leads to chest pain, per the AHA.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.