Gina Marie Krasley, an Ocean County resident who appeared on the TLC fact demonstrate “My 600-Lb Lifetime,” has died.

Krasley, who cherished to dance, was 30.

A lead to of dying was not declared. An on line obituary for Krasley mentioned she died at household on August 1, surrounded by her household.

Krasley, a Galloway native, lived in Tuckerton and beforehand resided in Forked River and Barnegat.

On “My 600-Lb Lifetime,” Krasley mentioned she produced an eating problem as a youngster, in component simply because of bodily abuse from her father. At 14, she weighed 300 lbs ..

Just after she was showcased on the show’s eighth time in 2020, Krasley ongoing to doc her lifetime in YouTube video clips, together with hospital treatment method this past spring. Earlier this calendar year, she explained she experienced dropped practically 300 pounds following going from near to 700 lbs to 400 pounds.

Later, she misplaced the capacity to wander and claimed she shed emotion in her palms — she couldn’t decide on up a cup or her telephone — and was anticipating to see a neurologist.

“I’m just going to battle because I want to stroll,” she claimed in a May update.

Krasley earlier posted dance videos with the concept #DancingHasNoSizeLimit on TikTok, in which she has a lot more than 245,000 followers and 1.8 million likes. Her spouse and children explained she dreamed of opening a dance studio for special desires kids.

“Her biggest enthusiasm was dancing and she would make up dances with her sister and young children in the community expanding up,” her obituary stated.

A youthful Krasley appeared in the 1998 motion picture “Walking to the Waterline” with “Ferris Bueller’s Working day Off” stars Alan Ruck and Matthew Broderick (as Gina Marie LeMehaute).

There is no mention of the TLC reality show in Krasley’s obituary. In advance of her death, she sued Megalomedia, the show’s production business, the New York Article reports. She was one of nine “My 600-Lb Life” solid customers to do so, alleging “intentional infliction of emotional distress and carelessness,” and insufficient mental wellness providers during the exhibit.

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Krasley claimed that producers essential her to overeat while filming the show even even though she was on an extreme food plan in get to qualify for bariatric surgery. She was finally not able to have the surgical treatment.

An additional cast member, James L.B. Bonner, died by suicide in 2018 just after showing up on the display. His family members was the initially to file a lawsuit in opposition to the output enterprise.

A overall of 10 “My 600-Lb Life” subjects have died, such as Krasley, Bonner and Renee Biran, who died in May possibly, and James King and Coliesa McMillan, both in 2020.

“TLC was deeply saddened by the decline of Gina Krasley, who shared her fat-decline journey on My 600lb Everyday living,” the community tweeted. “Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this tough time.”

Krasley is survived by her spouse of 6 years, Elizabeth Krasley, her mother Cathy Devereux, sister Ali Samuels, grandmother Stella Perullo and grandparents Michael and Annette Tubito.

Visitation will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, August 8 at Maxwell Funeral Property, 160 Mathistown Road in Tiny Egg Harbor. The family requests that those attending dress in pink or purple, Krasley’s beloved shades. In lieu of bouquets, the spouse and children asks for donations to a mental wellbeing charity.

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