Porn actress Dakota Skye found dead

Adult film actress Dakota Skye, whose real name was Lauren Scott, was found dead inside her Los Angeles mobile home on Wednesday.

Adult film actress Dakota Skye, whose real name was Lauren Scott, was found dead inside her Los Angeles mobile home on Wednesday.

Porn actress Dakota Skye found dead

Adult film actress Dakota Skye, whose real name was Lauren Scott, was found dead inside her Los Angeles mobile home.

Porn star Dakota Skye was found dead Wednesday, just weeks after she was harassed online for posing nude in a George Floyd mural.

Porn star Lauren Scott, real name, was 27 when she lost her life.

The California-based star was found dead inside her Los Angeles mobile home by her own husband, whose name is unknown at this time, who identified the body to authorities.

The coroner’s office has not yet confirmed the cause of death.

The Tampa Bay (Florida) native, who also performed under the alias “Kota Sky“, faced criticism on the Internet for a photo posted on her Instagram page, now deleted.

In it, the blonde bombshell was seen focusing the camera on the mural of George Floyd in Santa Barbara, who was killed by police last year.

According to the Toronto Sun, the former Pornhub favorite had posted the scandalous snapshot on May 4 with the caption, “Happy #GeorgeFloyd day in #santabarbara <3 #dakotaskye equality and fair treatment for all. Dope mural.”

Adult film actress Dakota Skye, whose real name was Lauren Scott, was found dead inside her Los Angeles mobile home on Wednesday.

Skye had faced a fierce backlash after posing nude in the George Floyd mural in Santa Barbara, California.

The “Blonde College Sluts” star defended the risque photo shoot claiming she was “celebrating bad cops being stopped from abusing their authority against human beings.”

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