An obituary published in Legacy states that the makeup artist passed away in Stone Mountain, Georgia, on November 9.
There was no listed cause of death.
November 19 is the date of a memorial service in Georgia, and November 20 is the day of the funeral.
Her death was reportedly verified by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office. The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office has been contacted by The Post to request a statement.
During the fourth season of the ABC weight loss reality show in 2014, the Clark Atlanta University alumnus made an appearance.
Regarding appearing on the show, she told Rare.us in 2018 that she saw an advertisement for “Biggest Loser” on a commercial. “They had just left Atlanta, and Cleveland had been their last destination. I purchased a ticket, but my information was sent to “Extreme” instead of “Biggest Loser.”
Since I received the call from ‘Extreme Weight Loss,’ every step I have taken has been divine,” she continued. Before sending that application, I prayed over it. Every step of the way, I prayed.
She has been leading group dance workout classes in recent years as she pursues her health goals.
In 2018, a video of Mallory dancing while sporting a sports bra and leggings and flaunting the extra skin on her stomach went viral.
An alum of “Extreme Weight Loss” Season 5 On November 9, Kim Williams Maxile paid homage to Mallory on Instagram.
She posted a video of herself and Mallory and wrote, “Rest in Love, sis.” “To my fellow @extweightloss sister in Extreme Weight Loss, @brandimallory, we shall miss you. I’ll never forget how your season encouraged us to keep going when we watched it during boot camp for season 5.
Your enthusiasm and dedication to body positivity have had a profound effect on the world. I consider myself fortunate to have encountered you here on Earth. Maxile mentioned