Internet star Lyric McHenry was discovered dead Tuesday after a suspected overdose, and now RadarOnline.com can reveal a peek inside her chilling final hours. A source tells Radar the 26-year-old was found wearing a pajama top and no pants, sprawled out on a sidewalk “in a desolate part of the Bronx” on August 14. The starlet, who was 20 weeks pregnant, was allegedly found with a “small ziplock bag containing cocaine.” She had a few bruises, but no other injuries, according to reports. Radar can confirm she began her evening at the Frederick Hotel in NYC. Employees at the ritzy establishment told Radar exclusively she was "a lovely woman." Moreover, NYPD confirmed with Radar a woman's body was found: "On Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at approximately 0505 hours, police encountered a 26-year-old female, unconscious and unresponsive, lying on the sidewalk in the vicinity of Undercliff Avenue and Boscobel Place, within the confines of the 44 Precinct. There were no obvious signs of trauma observed. EMS responded to the location and transported the aided female to Bronx Lebanon Hospital, where she was pronounced deceased. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death. The investigation remains ongoing."
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In a chilling video series posted to her Instagram just hours before her death, McHenry can be seen kicking off her birthday night out playing chess at the Frederick Hotel in New York.
She then posted an image of dining at SoHo Grand Hotel alongside the caption: "this is where my heart is."
Wearing a pink outfit, McHenry poses for a bathroom selfie making bizarre faces in the clip before the last Instagram story she'd ever share.
She capped the night off at Dream Hotel in lower Manhattan before sharing a quick clip of her alongside a male companion who exclaimed "it's her birthday!"
McHenry wished her followers well blowing a kiss into the camera.
After her body was found, she was reportedly rushed to Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, where she passed away.
According to reports, an autopsy was scheduled to determine what led to her death.
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