How did Gleycy Correia die? Former Miss Brazil, 27, went in for routine operation

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Gleycy Correia, the former Miss Brazil, died on Monday, June 20, in a private clinic. After her tonsillectomy, she had a lot of blood loss and a heart attack. It involves having surgery to remove the tonsils. But Correia, who was born in Macae in southeast Brazil, was in a coma for two months after his heart stopped beating in April. Her body has been sent to the Forensic Medicine Institute of Macae so that they can do an autopsy and figure out why she died. Correia was laid to rest at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Who was Gleycy Correia?

According to statements from Daily Mail, family priest Lidiane Alves Oliviera said that the model and social media influencer, who is 27 years old, was fine for at least 5 days after her surgery, until she had a hemorrhage at home. Oliviera said, “She went to the hospital to have her tonsils taken out, and after five days at home, she started bleeding. She went to Unimed on April 4 and had a heart attack. Since then, she has been in a coma with no brain activity. She passed away today.”

Pastor Jak Abreu, a friend of Correia’s family, said that Correia’s family members are sure that there were mistakes made by the doctors that led to this conclusion. The Priest said, “God picked today to take our princess away. We know we will miss her a lot, but we know that her smile will now light up the sky… Thank you very much to everyone who prayed. May the Lord answer every loving prayer and bless all of these days. She did what she was meant to do and left us with her love. We ask that you pray for the family and friends during this hard time, so that the Holy Spirit can bring them comfort.”

When 27-year-old former Miss Brazil won the Miss United Continents Brazi title in 2018, she made headlines. She was a successful model and also ran her own business. She specialized in laser therapy and permanent makeup, where clients get tattoos that make them look like they are wearing makeup. Anyone who wanted to get rid of or hide a tattoo or scar could do it. She has talked a lot on social media about her struggles with poverty. She has said that she was born into poverty and had to work as a manicurist when she was only 8 years old.

The model’s death was announced on the Official Miss Brazil Instagram account. “Gleycy’s work will always be remembered for its enlightened beauty, joy, and compassion,” the post said. Correia had more than 52,000 people following her on the site. But when she went into a coma, her family took over her account.

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