Transgender Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is NOT dead

Transgender Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is NOT dead

The transgender reality star had appeared on the fifth series of Big Brother in 2009 as Rodrigo Lopes.

'Our thoughts are with her friends and family, from everyone here at Big Brother UK'.

Of transitioning, she said: "It's hard, nobody will choose to go through the hardest path". Rebekah was a lovely person'. Had the pleasure of her company on bbbots a few times. Although a load of contestants sitting around a house together arguing and flirting might not sound like the most entertaining thing in the world, "Big Brother" has provided some of the most iconic and memorable TV moments of the 21st century. 'My advice to anyone considering transition would be think very carefully about your decision.

"And that I'm finally living my life happy".

More recently she made a controversial appearance on Judge Rinder where she appeared to try and claim money back for a botched boob job. Friends and family of Rodrigo have been frantic this morning.

"At first you have to face yourself as it's not easy to be a different person, or what's considered different".

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She previously spoke about the struggles she went through as her family didn't accept her changing gender.

"It was a big step to go full time as a woman". I've been through the worst three years of my life.

She also appeared on Judge Rinder past year, fighting for compensation after a "botched" boob job, which she'd had done in Brazil. Other from a "new profile pic" post at the end of a year ago, the last time the star seems to have tweeted from the account was at the beginning of June 2015, meaning the news of her unfortunate passing seemed scarily credible.

'At one point before my surgery I had to leave home, and for six months of my life I turned to prostitution.

"I am the happiest I've ever been in myself, but I lost so much along the way", she told OK! magazine at the time.

On the show, she said: "I regretted it as soon as I had it".

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