Inside tragic death of Pornhub star Yurizan Beltran who sent cryptic final tweet before she was found dead in bed | The Sun

PORNHUB star Yurizan Beltran sent a cryptic final tweet before she was found dead in her bed.

Beltran, 31, better known as Yuri Luv, starred in more than 200 adult films and became renowned for portraying Kourtney Kardashian in Courtney Confessions.

Her colleague, Nickey Milo revealed the tragic circumstances surrounding her death after she was found dead in her Los Angeles apartment by her landlord.

"Beltran died of an apparent drug overdose,” he said,

“She was discovered by the owner of the house where she was living in Bellflower, CA. There were pills found near the bed."

Yurizan left a cryptic two-word message just hours before her death in December 2017 which read: “Bye Felicia.”


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The phrase is from the film Friday and is "the phrase to get anyone out of your face" according to Ice Cube, who starred in the film and co-wrote the script of the 1995 comedy.

In July, Yuri had posted a harrowing message about death on Twitter saying: "I hope to arrive at my death late, in love and a little drunk."

Yurizan was part of the PornStar Platinum network for performers.

Dan Hogue, director of business development for PornStar Platinum paid tribute to her.

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“It is with a heavy heart I write this,” he said.

“The entire PornStar Platinum family is in mourning at the news of the loss of one of its family members.

“She was always kind to me and we will miss her.”

Reacting to the tragic news of her death, adult actress Lauren Sanchez tweeted: "OMG no I love her I was praying it wasn't real, heard the sad news that she passed away."

Porn star Catalina Cruz wrote: "A sweet soul lost. You came across very genuine and kind to me when I first met you."

Yurizan appeared on the cover of Lowrider magazine at 18-years-old, before she went to pose for her first nude spread in Penthouse magazine.

Her death came just days after her fellow porn actress August Ames, who was found dead in nearby Camarillo, and Shyla Stylez.

The three stars were all been found dead in the space of five weeks.

Fears that young porn stars are not able to access help and support were expressed as those inside the industry call for action.

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Shy Love, a friend of Yurizan, said: "Being a pornstar is a harder job them most can imagine and I wish that porn girls got way more respect for their jobs and hard work."

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