‘Chicago Fire’ Star DuShon Monique Brown Cause Of Death Revealed

DuShon Monique Brown Cause Of Death
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Jun. 1 2018, Published 11:39 a.m. ET

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The cause of death of beloved Chicago Fire actress, DuShon Monique Brown, has been revealed.

Almost three months since her tragic demise, RadarOnline.com has learned the NBC star died from sepsis of unknown etiology.

The deadly condition is as an infection of the blood that can damage organs and cause them to fail. According to PEOPLE, obesity and/or hypertensive cardiovascular disease may have played a part in her sudden illness.

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As Radar readers know, Brown was initially thought to have died of natural causes, as her death came as a complete shock to pals and loved ones.

“DuShon, most affectionately know to many as Connie on NBC’s Chicago Fire died suddenly on Friday of natural causes,” said her rep, Robert Schroeder, at the time.

She was 49 years old when she was pronounced dead on March 23.

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