G. McConway
August 31, 2023

Fitness Influencer Dies of Double Cardiac Arrest

She is not in high school or college, but Larissa Borges, a Brazilian fitness influencer, has me asking the same question again.

At 33 years old, how did this woman have a double cardiac arrest and die?

Once again, we have a young athlete with heart problems.

What Is Going On

I vowed to keep covering these deaths until we get the mainstream media to start asking some tough questions about this.

The number of young athletes we have seen die over the last two years has been staggering compared to years past, and it just keeps happening.

I could be wrong, but I just do not recall seeing so many people in this age bracket have major health problems, let alone heart attacks.

On August 20, Borges went to the hospital after having her first cardiac arrest. The report stated that she fell into a coma, then had a second cardiac arrest and died, reported Fox News.

Her family stated, “The pain of losing someone so young, just 33 years old, and so kind, is overwhelming. Our hearts are broken, and the longing we will feel is indescribable,” reported Breitbart.

Deputy Gustavo Barcellos floated the idea that she had been doing drugs and drinking, which led to cardiac arrest. He stated, “There is a report of a possible ingestion of narcotic substances accumulated with alcoholic beverages. The body was sent for necropsy. We will try to search through laboratory tests for substances that she possibly consumed.”

Now, if that is the case, fine, but if it is not, we need to start asking some really hard questions about this.

Her family is now asking her followers to donate to help bring her body back to her hometown, but I am not going to publish any links to that. Quite frankly, I don’t understand how her estate does not have enough money for that considering her profile as an influencer.

Call me a cynic if you like, but I just don’t trust people in these situations asking for money unless I personally know them.

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