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Model Jeremy Ruehlemann died at the age of 27, friends and colleagues announced Sunday.
Ruehlemann has walked for various designers, including John Varvatos, Perry Ellis, Superdry and Christian Siriano. He also appeared in major print publications, like GQ and Playhouse Magazine, according to the New York Post. A number of major industry professionals shared heartfelt posts about the late model.
One of his fellow models, Lexi Wood, said she had seen Ruehlemann as recently as Thursday.
According to the article, as of Tuesday morning there has been no official cause of death released.
Wood wrote on Instagram, “[I]f you have ever known me you know how much I love Jeremy. I can’t even articulate the magic that he was. I met Jeremy when I was 15, the day I met him I knew my heart would be full forever, he’s my soulmate, my best friend, my support, my family, my light, my love, my twin flame … I could go on and on because he was so special.”
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Jeremy Ruehlemann, 27, fashion model #DiedSuddendly on Sunday. Another one gone. #askwhy demand answers. #DiedSuddenlyVaccine #COVID19 #courageousdiscourse #vaccineinjuries #VaccineDeaths 💉 pic.twitter.com/zP2mqaaefn
— Rachel Murphy (@simplifymylif4u) January 24, 2023
Model Jeremy Ruehlemann dead at 27 https://t.co/3YHysAIAlC
— New York Post (@nypost) January 24, 2023
Model Jeremy Ruehlemann Dead at 27, Christian Siriano Says ‘One of My Muses and Always Will Be’ https://t.co/4mLiLahMG0
— People (@people) January 24, 2023
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