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Adult Star Coconut Kitty Has Died

Coconut Kitty Dead: Model and content creator Coconut Kitty has died.
Credit: @coconutkittywins/Instagram

Adult star Coconut Kitty has died.

The model, whose real name is Diana Deets, died on February 19 after she took her own life.

Her age was never officially confirmed, but the star would often say she was 24.

However, this was a number she had been saying for years.

A statement confirming her death has been uploaded to her Instagram page.

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It reads: “Last Sunday, Coconut took her own life. It’s unfair. Life isn’t fair. We wish you guys could get to know her the way her friends and family did.

“She was such a light to this world, truly, she was always glowing.”

The statement describes Coconut as ‘hard headed’, ‘strong’ and ‘kind’, while also emphasising that she was really thoughtful of others.

It also says that she had a smile that could ‘light up a whole room’ and ‘turn your whole day around’, while her laugh was ‘contagious’.

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It continues: “She was the type of person who would drop everything to help you with your problems and would always be in your corner. She would go to war for you if anyone ever dare try to hurt someone she loved.

“Her energy was so pure. And we wish so much that we could have taken some of the darkness that was weighing on her heart. She always felt so deeply, with her whole body, mind, and soul.

“She was amazing and just a beautiful person. We miss her so much and life is never going to be the same without her.”

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Adult star Coconut Kitty has died. Credit: @coconutkittywins/Instagram

The statement mentions how she was a mother and loved nothing more than being a parent to her children.

It continues: “Above all, she loved her kids and being a mom. Her kids were her whole world.

“She was devoted to them and she wanted to make sure that they were loved. And they were so loved.”

The statement ends by asking for everyone to check on their loved ones, as you ‘never know’ what they are going through.

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“Call them and tell them you love them,” it reads.

“You never know how much time you’ll have left with the people you love.

“We love you forever Coconut, rest easy beautiful.”

People are taking to Twitter and paying tribute to Deets.

One person writes: “RIP Coconut Kitty.”

Another adds: “Rip Coconut Kitty. Mrs Deets you were very beautiful and now you’re an angel like you always were.”

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The adult star, whose real name is Diana Deets, took her own life on February 19. Credit: @coconutkittywins/Instagram

In a 2021 interview with Rolling Stone, Deets said she was ‘terrified’ of being recognised in public and valued her family’s privacy highly.

The content creator said to the outlet: “I did get tired of people commenting on my looks when I was camming.”

She also explained that the name Coconut Kitty was inspired by her time as a struggling artist.

The adult star continued: “At that point, I was like, ‘How can I make money off my art?’ and that’s how I decided to do digital art.

“And that’s how I created Coconut Kitty.”

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in the US at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

In the UK, the Samaritans is available 24/7 if you need to talk. You can contact them for free by calling 116 123, emailing [email protected] or heading to the website to find your nearest branch.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a former content editor at IGV who specialised in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.