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Cooper Noriega, TikTok star, dead at 19: Family says ‘his passing is an absolute tragedy’

Popular TikTok creator Cooper Noriega passed away on Thursday. He was 19 years old.

Noriega was pronounced dead at the scene in Burbank, California, according to the Los Angeles Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office. The cause of death has not been determined and the medical examiner is requesting further investigation into the death, including additional studies.

Noriega’s family issued a statement on their Instagram saying, “Hello everyone. On behalf of our family we would like to thank all of you for the kind words of our little cop. His passing is a loss to our family and loved ones.” Absolute tragedy. We pray that we can all continue his legacy as a community. He loved each and every one of you. Please feel free to contact us as we all love to feel supported. Bless you all… with love, his sister.”

Noriega had over 1 million followers on TikTok, where he made comedic videos about skateboarding and fashion. He frequently collaborated with well-known TikTok stars and musicians JXDN and Nessa Barrett and made an appearance on Barstool. Fox Podcast with Dave Portnoy, Josh Richards and Brie Chickenfry.

The podcast’s Twitter handle was the first to pay tribute to the teen, posting about the “devastating news” on Twitter.

“RIP Cooper Noriega,” he wrote. “Life is fragile. Enjoy every minute.”

The online star previously told his fans about his struggle with mental illness and substance abuse. a gofundme Raising money for funeral costs also showed how important mental health was to Noriega.

On Sunday, he shared a post announcing a discord server Where he and his followers can be a “safe place where people can help others in their difficult times.”

“I’ve struggled with addiction since the age of 9, you might think it’s crazy but this is the life I’ve dealt with,” he wrote. “I would like to use the impact given to create a space to spread awareness and normalize talking about mental illness.”

“One of the things I learned while battling addiction was that surrounding myself with negative people would only bring you down,” he said, sharing that he wanted to one day open a rehab, where patients would “ Doesn’t hurt”. His time at the center.

“If you’re really into venting your feelings, or whatever, come join in,” he added. A video posted on his Tiktok account, “I made [the server] Because how much I love you guys and how much I struggle with it myself. I want you guys not to be alone and [to] feel safe.”

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