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Trans Adult Star Holly Parker Dies at Age 30

Holly Parker

The cause of death is unknown, but police are reportedly investigating.

Trans adult performer Holly Parker died Monday. She was 30.

Parker was reportedly discovered to have passed away in Kokomo, Ind. Her death was confirmed by her close friend Brooke Zanell and a fellow adult performer who posted her condolences on social media.

"It [is] with greatest sorrow and devastation that I, her sister, inform you the world ... Yesterday we lost [Holly Parker], My right hand man, the bread to my butter, my singing partner, my travel companion, my baby sister has left this earth omg it's just too much for me!!!" they wrote on Twitter. The cause of death has not been released as, according toThe Sun, police are conducting an investigation.

Parker was a popular trans adult entertainer who starred in 30 adult films between 2014 and 2018 before making the move to Onlyfans. She was also an aspiring singer who most recently released the song "Drugs" on SoundCloud.

In the wake of the news of Parker's passing, many friends and colleagues have expressed their heartbreak on social media.

Steven Grooby, CEO and cofounder of trans erotica company Grooby, shared their sadness over the loss of Parker. "So sad to hear of Holly Parker's death. She always seemed so full of life," he tweeted.

Trans drag queen Eris Jolie posted a tribute to Parker on their Twitter. "I'd like to take a moment to honor the life of my sister and friend Holly Parker. She was a beautiful trans woman, talented dancer, creative musician, and model. Your life was not in vain, everyone you touched will always be better for knowing you. I love you sis," wrote Jolie.

Parker will be cremated in Indiana, with the ashes to be returned to her mother in Washington. Zanell is currently holding a fundraiser on Facebook to help pay for a memorial for Parker.

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