“Extreme Weight Loss” star Brandi Mallory reportedly died in a Chipotle parking lot in Atlanta after dining at the restaurant.
A police report obtained by TMZ reportedly said Mallory, 40, was last seen Nov. 8 in surveillance footage reviewed by police when she went to Chipotle around 5:53 p.m., entered the restaurant, then returned to her vehicle, but never left the parking lot or got out of her car.
A nearby deli owner told police he noticed a lone vehicle parked in a shopping center parking lot on the morning of Nov. 9, but he says the woman inside appeared to be sleeping, according to the documents.
But he began to worry that something was wrong later in the day, while the car was still there.
Mallory was later found dead in the car.
Police do not suspect foul play in Mallory’s death, but the official cause of her death is still under investigation.
The Post has contacted the Fulton County medical examiner’s office for comment.
Mallory appeared on the ABC weight loss reality show in 2014 during its fourth season.
“I saw an ad for ‘Biggest Loser’ in a commercial,” she told Rare.us in 2018 about being on the show. “They had just left Atlanta, their last stop was in Cleveland. I booked a ticket and wasn’t chosen for “Biggest Loser”, but they passed my information on to “Extreme”.
“‘Extreme Weight Loss’ called to me and literally every step since then has been God’s,” she added. “I prayed about this application before sending it. I prayed every step of the way.
The makeup artist has continued her health journey in recent years by leading group dance classes.
Mallory made her last Instagram post on November 3 in which she tested a Lucy Rose apple.
The body-positive motivational speaker was unimpressed to find that the inside of the apple wasn’t naturally red like it was supposed to be.
A memorial service in Georgia is planned for November 19 and a funeral is planned for November 20.
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