OnlyFans star Wednesday Nyte has died aged 31 as the family now searches for answers

The untimely death of porn star Wednesday Nyte at the age of 31 is shrouded in mystery.

The adult actress, real name Heather Sargent, died on June 18 in Las Vegas, according to an industry publication XBiz reported last month.

Details surrounding her death are unclear, but a woman claiming to be the late vixen’s sister took to Twitter on June 26 to imply that foul play may have been involved.

“The person we were looking for has been found,” wrote Haley Sargent. “At this time there is nothing else that me or his family/friends can talk about. Please no questions. Please respect my sister, that’s all I request. Let her RIP.

She shared a link to fundraising platform GoFundMe supposed to raise money for the transfer of Nyte’s body from Nevada to her native Georgia.

The Post has contacted the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for more information.

Nyte reportedly died on June 18. A woman claiming to be his sister took to Twitter to share the shocking news.
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Nyte has only appeared in a handful of professional films, but has garnered a large fanbase on OnlyFans and on social media.

On Twitter, the heavily tattooed brunette had 308,000 followers, while more than 26,000 fans followed her on Instagram.

His last instagram pic was published on June 16, just two days before his sudden death. In it, the X-rated artist is seen smirking as she poses in a provocative pose.

A separate selfie, posted a few days earlier, shows a face tattoo filter that cryptically states, “Pray for me.”

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A selfie posted less than a week before his death sees Nyte showing off a face tattoo that cryptically reads, “Pray for me.”
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Fans flooded the comments section with the snap, paying tribute to Nyte after news of his passing began circulating on social media.

“F- -k. Wish this was just a nightmare. Gonna miss you,” one wrote.

“Rest in peace. Hope you get justice,” another wrote.

The GoFundMe allegedly set up for Nyte has raised over $6,000. The fundraiser’s biography, written by a “longtime friend of the Sargent family”, states that Nyte was “a free and adventurous soul”.

“That soul and spirit has taken her to beautiful places with equally beautiful people throughout her life journey,” the description reads. “Most recently, she resided in Las Vegas, Nevada. … She leaves behind her mother, father, sister, nephew and uncle. And of course an immense amount of friends.

The biography author also prays for privacy: “We ask that all questions at this time simply be abstained because honestly, we don’t have the answers. We hope this will change drastically in the very near future.