Demitra “Mimi” Roche, who appeared on the Oxygen actuality present “Bad Women Club,” has died. She was 34.
Roche’s colleague, record producer Vince Valholla, introduced her death via Twitter on Wednesday. Valholla is the founder of Valholla Leisure in Miami, Fla., exactly where Roche experienced labored as vice president of A&R considering that 2011.
“I’m at a reduction for phrases. Really do not know what to say,” Valholla wrote in his article. “Mimi was variety to everyone she came across. She was [a] big dreamer and was a element of our Valholla family. I’m heartbroken by the news of her passing. I’m grateful I bought to know and operate with her. My feelings are with her loved ones and beloved types.”
“There’s almost certainly not a person particular person who would have some thing damaging to say about her,” Valholla added. “We misplaced a gorgeous soul.”
In yet another tweet, Valholla explained that Roche’s dying was “out [of] the blue.” Her bring about of loss of life is at present unfamiliar.
Roche is very best recognized for appearing on period 8 of “Bad Girls Club” in 2012. The Oxygen fact present documented the drama of a team of women of all ages who live in the exact same mansion for four months. Roche’s nickname on the present was “The Miami Maverick.”
A single of Roche’s close friends, Ashley Colon, also paid tribute to her in a Fb publish.
“Rest quick babygirl Demitra Roche,” she wrote. “I just wished you a delighted birthday then the up coming day this is what I see. 2020 is def the yr of appreciating your beloved ones, hug them tight, tell them you really like them as lifestyle is plainly way much too limited. Some of you might know her from ‘Bad Girls Club’ but I understood the genuine her. This kind of a sweet soul and with radiant￼ vitality so total of everyday living. Long gone far too shortly.”