‘Extreme Weight Loss’ Star Brandi Mallory’s 911 Caller Told the Dispatcher ‘I Don’t Do Dead People’
The man who referred to as 911 to report seeing Brandi Mallory’s unresponsive physique in a automobile informed dispatchers “I don’t do dead people” when requested if he is along with her.
According to the 911 name, obtained by TMZ, the caller reported “what appears to be a dead body in a car” parked within the parking zone of a deli the caller seemingly owns or runs. The caller informed the dispatcher, “There’s a girl laying in her car. She don’t look right. I’ve knocked on the hood. No movement. Doesn’t look like she’s breathing.”
Mallory, a contestant on ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss, died on Nov. 9 in Stone Mountain, Georgia. She was 40. Her loss of life was first reported by People, who confirmed the information through the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office. Mallory’s loss of life was additionally confirmed through her household via an obituary shared on Legacy.com. According to the location, a memorial service shall be held for her on Sunday.
After telling the dispatcher Mallory didn’t look like respiratory, the dispatcher requested him, “Are you with her now?” The caller responded, “Noooo. She’s in her car. I don’t do dead people.”
The dispatcher additionally requested, “About how old do you think she is, sir?” to which he responded, “Couldn’t tell you. Forty. I don’t know.” The dispatcher then requested, “You said it looks like she’s not breathing, is that correct?”
“Oh, yeah. She looks dead,” the 911 caller responded. “She’s leaning back in her seat. The feet’s sitting upright but the head’s cocked to the side towards the window … her head’s back, mouth open. Whatever glasses [are] up, off of her head, cocked to the side. Looks like she’s passed out. I don’t know. I’m not a doctor.”
The caller later informed the dispatcher that Mallory’s automobile wasn’t pulled into the parking spot all the best way and that he’d “look at the cameras” as soon as he will get off the cellphone to see what occurred.
“This is bizarre,” he added. “This is my first time coping with this.”
Mallory competed throughout season 4 of Extreme Weight Loss in 2014. While on the sequence, Mallory competed in a Half Ironman, the place she biked, swam and ran 70.3 miles in much less that eight hours.