Jael Strauss Former America Next Top Model contestant has died from breast cancer aged 34. She died after her diagnosis. According to the TMZ, the model who competed in the eight series of the talent show dies in a hospice. Earlier on 2nd October Strauss has revealed that she had been diagnosed with the disease.

Before died Strauss wrote on a Facebook Post “ I was gonna write some long thing but some of you guys deserve to know, I was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. It has aggressively spread throughout my body and is incurable. With treatment, it may prolong my life longer than the ‘few months’ doctors said I could make it. I do not want to die. I need another one of those miracles that I got back in 2013”

In August Strauss had battled drug addiction during her life and celebrated five years of sobriety. She made a plea to her Instagram followers for support and prayers.

America's Next Top Model star Jael Strauss dies from cancer aged 34 | tnbclive.com

She also said “ I am scared. I really need your help- donations, kind words of support and prayers are completely welcome and absolutely needed. I have stage four metastatic breast cancer, and there is NO cure. “ NO CURE?”

Strauss Family said in a statement TMZ  that “ The one blessing was that we were able to show her loved she was before she passed. She brought so much light to people.”

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