My 600-Lb Life star Gina Marie Krasley has passed away at just 30 years old, weeks after revealing she was suffering a mystery illness.
The reality star died in her New Jersey home "surrounded by her loving family" on Sunday, August 1, according to the obituary.
No details were given about the cause of death but Gina Marie's funeral has been set for Sunday.
In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that people donate to a "mental health charity of your choosing."
Gina Marie's family is also asking funeral attendees to wear pink or purple, which were "Gina’s favorite colors."
The obituary also points out how much Gina Marie loved to move and credits the My 600-Lb. Life star to starting the “dancing has no size limit” trend on TikTok.
It also stated that she had hoped to someday open a dance studio for children with special needs.
While the cause of her death has not been released, it was just weeks ago that she told her followers she was suffering from an unidentified illness.
According to AceShowbiz, Gina Marie said in a video that she had become immobile and was having pains in her legs. She also reportedly revealed her hands had become so numb that she was unable to hold up her cellphone on her own.
The reality star was allegedly receiving home care and seeing a neurologist, just four short days before her shocking death.
Gina Marie appeared on the TLC series during season 8, but it wasn't her first time on the big screen.
As her obituary points out, she was also in a movie called Walking to the Waterline when she was younger.
Gina Marie is survived by her mother, Cathy Devereux, wife of 6 years Elizabeth, sister, Ali Samuels, and grandparents.
Gina Marie leaves behind her beloved dog Bubba and her cat Daisy.