Hollywood actor Lindsey Pearlman shocked everyone after she was found dead on Friday. According to the reports she first disappeared from LA and is now found dead. The investigations are stills going on as the cause of her death is still unknown. She is an actress who featured in General Hospital, American Housewife, as well as other shows. And also had a good experience in theater in Chicago, which was her hometown.
The 43 years old actress, was missing days before her death. According to the news agency ABC 7, she was seen around noon last Sunday. And recently this Friday morning her dead body was found. It was when officers got a call while making an investigation in a residential neighborhood of Hollywood. And was found by county coroner’s office that the deceased person was Lindsey. It’s really a shocking thing because so far there is no clue behind the reason for her death. And also the circumstances under which she disappeared.
After her death her husband, Vance Smith, shared a post on Instagram that read: “The police found Lindsey. She’s gone. I’m broken. I will share more later, but I wanted to thank you to everyone for their love and efforts and ask you to respect the privacy of her family at this time.”
Let us tell you that days before her death when she was gone missing her cousin Savannah Pearlman also took to her social media platform, asking people for help, she tweeted, “LA people, my cousin – Lindsey Pearlman – is missing. Her phone last pinged on Sunset blvd. My uncle is offering a reward that leads to finding her, please keep your eyes open. #MissingPerson #LA.”
Take a look at the post below:
The sudden disappearance of the actress and then her death has left close ones and the investigating authorities speechless. Infact expressing grief Filmmaker Lynn Chen also shared a picture of Lindsey with a dog and a cat on Twitter that reads “This is how I will remember Lindsey Pearlman. Effortlessly beautiful and talented. Hilarious. Compassionate. Unapologetic. She lit up every room. She listened intently on stage and off. She so loved animals. I am sorry to her family and all the communities who deeply adored her.”