Miriam Rivera, the world’s first transgender reality television star, died Feb. 5 in Mexico under mysterious circumstances. Her husband, Daniel Cuervo, confirmed her death in a February Facebook post. Rivera was best known for her 2004 British reality television dating show.
Miriam Rivera, the first openly transgender reality TV star, died on February 5 in Mexico. She was 38 years old, and her husband, Daniel Cuervo, confirmed the news in a Facebook post. According to reports, Rivera was found in her apartment and died under mysterious circumstances.
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