More details have emerged about the death of beauty queen Zoe Sozo Bethel at age 27.
According to Miami police, Bethel attempted suicide by jumping off a seven-story condo in Miami on Feb. 10.
Bethel, Miss Alabama 2021 for America Strong, suffered catastrophic head injuries and was taken off life support on Feb. 18.
Miami police tell DailyMail.com that Bethel tried to commit suicide by leaping off the seventh floor of a Miami condo. She was transported to a local hospital in critical condition.
Bethel's family announced her untimely death in an Instagram post.
"On Friday, February 18, 2022, at approximately 5:30AM Eastern time in Miami, Florida, our beloved Zoe Sozo Bethel passed from this life into the next as a result of succumbing to her injuries. Zoe touched the hearts of many people and was actively affiliated with several organizations and groups."
In addition to being Miss Alabama, Bethel was a conservative activist and an American patriot with deep Christian values. She was a political commentator for conservative media network RSBN, and a brand ambassador for Turning Point USA, according to NY Daily News.
She was also a spokeswoman for Students for Life and affiliated with Project Veritas, her family said.
Bethel, a pro-life advocate and single mom, wrote about her personal decision not to terminate her pregnancy.
"I decided to choose life over terminating the innocent life God blessed me with (My daughter)," she wrote on social media. "No matter how bad the situation may be, choosing LIFE is always the right choice."
A GofundMe to raise money to support Bethel's daughter raised over $41,000.
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Bethel's death is drawing comparison to Miss USA 2019, Cheslie Kryst, 30, who was found dead in the street below her luxury high rise building in Manhattan, NYC in January.