A report released Friday by the Atlanta Police Department has revealed new information on the death last week of Extreme Weight Loss star Brandi Mallory.
Local news station WSB-TV obtained a copy of the report, which said Mallory was found deceased in the parking lot of a Chipotle restaurant in Atlanta on Nov. 9.
According to the report, surveillance cameras recorded Mallory entering the restaurant and returning to her vehicle after purchasing food on Nov. 8, but she never drove away.
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The following morning, the owner of an adjacent deli arrived for work and spotted a woman inside a vehicle who appeared to be sleeping. A few hours later, the owner grew concerned after noticing the woman was still parked in the same place and notified authorities.
Mallory’s cause of death has not yet been released, but the police report said there were no signs of foul play.
The Atlanta makeup artist and dancer was 40 years old.
An online obituary says a memorial service will be held for her this weekend in Lithonia, Georgia.
Mallory rose to national prominence when she appeared on Extreme Weight Loss in 2014. The series was a spinoff of Extreme Makeover and helped people who had more than 200 pounds to lose achieve “life-changing makeovers” over a 12-month journey.