Brandi Mallory’s cause of death has been revealed.
An autopsy report obtained by TMZ on Monday showed the “Extreme Weight Loss” star died from complications of obesity.
Per the outlet, the reality star suffered from an enlarged heart and elevated blood indicators that suggested she had prediabetes.
At the time of her death, Mallory had marijuana and alcohol in her system, but those factors didn’t contribute to her “natural” passing.
The makeup artist was found dead in a Chipotle parking lot in Atlanta, Ga., on Nov. 9. She was 40.
Mallory was last seen in surveillance footage entering the eatery on Nov. 8 around 5:33pm and returning to her vehicle shortly after.
She never left the lot and stayed in her car.
The Clark Atlanta University alum rose to fame in 2014 when she appeared in the ABC show’s fourth season.
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She previously revealed she was motivated to join the weight loss reality show after one of her sorority sister’s died young at 29.
“I was literally waking up every day like… this may be my last day waking up, like, I don’t know what’s going to happen for me,” Mallory said during a 2018 interview with Rare.us.
“When it’s playing on your mind that I might need to do something about my weight, because I’m afraid I might die too, then you might need to pay attention to something like that.”
Initially, she had auditioned to be on the “Biggest Loser” but was turned down with producers pushing her to try for “Extreme Weight Loss” instead.
“Literally every footstep since then has been God. I prayed over that application before I sent it off; I prayed every step of the way,” Mallory told Rare.us at the time.
The body-positive influencer kept up with her exercise routines and often posted herself busting a move and working out on social media.
Mallory’s last posted a video of herself on Nov. 3 eating an apple that was supposed to be naturally red inside.
The clip’s comments have since been flooded with fans mourning her death.