Naya Rivera’s sister responds after moving in with her ex-husband


Naya Rivera’s sister responded to claims she moved in with her late sister’s ex-husband Ryan Dorsey.

the Joy The actress died in July after a tragic accident on a boat with her son Josey.

It was recently reported that Nickayla Rivera moved in with Dorsey to help raise the 5-year-old after she was pictured helping Dorsey move her things to a new home.

She wrote on her Instagram Stories that her nephew was her top priority.

“In the darkest time of my life, the only thing that matters are my friends and family,” she said. “Introduce myself for my nephew even though I can’t introduce myself.” “

Her post continued, “I’m not concerned with how things look because no one can see every painful moment we all go through.

“The most important thing that I have learned is to be compassionate, not to judge others, and to never take a moment in life for granted. I hope you can all do the same. “

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Naya took Josey on a boat to Lake Piru, Los Angeles in July. The child was later found alone on the boat, telling police his mother jumped into the water and did not resurface.

Ventura County Medical Examiner confirmed that his death was an accidental drowning.

Nickayla previously shared a tribute to her sister after her passing, writing, “Sister, there are no words to describe my love for you.

“Side by side or miles apart, our connection is endless. Our bond is unbreakable. We were complete opposites, but at the same time the same. The yin to my yang. I never knew that by losing you, I would find so much of you in myself. ⁣

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“I’ve never known a life without you and I still can’t imagine it. My world is turned upside down. But through all that we were, we still are. I will always look at you with my eyes like I did when I was young.

“My shmaya, I will love you forever and I will miss you every second of my life.” “

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