A report from the Los Angeles Coroner's Office suggests that a stroke that killed a model may have been caused by a visit chiropractor, NBC's Today show reports.
Katie May, a Playboy model with a devoted following on social media, especially Snapchat, died on Feb. 4 after suffering a stroke.
NBC reports that the Los Angeles Coroner's Office released a report Wednesday that stated specifically that the 34-year-old's death was caused by "neck manipulation by chiropractor" that triggered the stroke.
May had tweeted about neck pain the week before her death:
Pinched a nerve in my neck on a Photoshoot and got adjusted this morning. It really hurts! Any home remedy suggestions loves? XOXO— Katie May (@Ms_katiemay) January 29, 2016
Thanks love! It still hurts, going back to chiropractor tomorrow xoxoxo https://t.co/xTw080sjrK— Katie May (@Ms_katiemay) February 1, 2016
NBC reports that May went to get adjusted on Feb. 4 and suffered the fatal stroke a few hours later.
According to NBC, the cause of the stroke was listed as as "blunt force injury of the neck" and that her death was "the result of a chiropractic procedure."
No charges have been filed, and the death has been listed as an accident. Click here for more on story from Today.com.
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