REPORT: Miss Universe New Zealand finalist dead at 23

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BY TEAM DML / MAY 22, 2020 /

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Amber-Lee Friis, a finalist in the Miss Universe New Zealand pageant, died on Monday. She was 23.

The New Zealand Police confirmed to People that they responded to a sudden death call on May 18, which was referred to the coroner.

The article goes on to state the following:

Her cause of death is unknown, but The Daily Mail reports it was suicide.

Nigel Godfrey, CEO of Miss World New Zealand, posted the following announcement on Facebook:

“A couple of years back when we were running ‘the other one’ Amber-Lee Friis swept into our lives, she was a force to be reckoned with 😉 This was one of the many International stories that she generated after entering, and it’s so sad to read it now. She was feisty, definitely took no prisoners, but she was a beautiful soul and you 100% knew what you were getting. She was genuine, honest and she had an energy few others possess, her heart was most definitely in the right place. We liked and respected her and were very proud to call her a friend, long after the competition had finished. Amber Lee turned her life, and indeed her experience with us around, and into an incredibly positive force for good. In the years since she has been loyal and supportive and we value that above anything. Tragically she passed away yesterday, the world is a lesser place without her in it. She had a great deal more to give and it is a dreadful tragedy that she won’t be here to realise her unlimited potential. RIP Amber Lee you have left us far, far too soon.”

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