Who was Gleycy Correia, the Miss Brazil 2018 who died after two months in a coma?

Gleycy Correia, the beauty queen who was crowned Miss Brazil in 2018, died after undergoing a tonsil operation in which a series of complications occurred that ultimately took her life.

The 27-year-old girl underwent surgery and five days later she presented a massive hemorrhage so she had to be transferred to an emergency, although it was in the hospital where she remained in a coma for two months until she saw a sudden heart attack.

The death occurred this Monday, June 20, in a hospital in the Brazilian city of Macaé, and his family suspects that medical negligence with fatal consequences could have been committed, according to Pastor Jak Abreu, who knows Correia’s family. .

“God chose this day to pick up our princess. She will be greatly missed, but now she will light up the sky with her smile. To all who prayed, thank you very much. May the Lord reward every prayer of love. He fulfilled his purpose and left us his legacy of love. We ask for his prayers for family and friends so that the Holy Spirit brings comfort in this difficult time, “said Abreu on his social networks.

Gleycy Correia was crowned Miss Brazil in 2018 at just 23 years old, but apart from her work as a model she was also a businesswoman who had specialized in laser treatments and makeup.

Miss Brazil 2018 was also a celebrity on social networks, as she had more than 53,000 followers on Instagram, although after her departure the number has risen and is about to reach 56,000.

There she shared with her followers that since she was a child she wanted to be independent. The first step towards this she took at the age of 8, when she got her first job as a manicurist.

“I have always loved working, having my little money. I dreamed of my independence. It was a gigantic happiness for each conquered client, ”she wrote in a text published in 2016.

For Gleycy Correia, the family was the most important thing in her life and thanks to her work she had managed to provide them with a better economic position.