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Heartbreaking last ‘ashes’ post of top model and influencer Jeff Thomas shared before his tragic death aged 35

Heartbreaking last ‘ashes’ post of top model and influencer Jeff Thomas shared before his tragic death aged 35

MODEL and influencer Jeff Thomas had shared multiple posts about his health and wellness before his tragic death at age 35.

Thomas’ body was found at a Miami apartment last Wednesday, cops said.

Model Jeff Thomas has died in Miami, cops saidInstagramThe model had recently posted about health and wellness, as well as his new tattooInstagram / Jeff Thomas

While an autopsy is underway, Thomas’ death has been deemed a suspected suicide.

Sources told TMZ that he fell from the apartment’s balcony.

But just hours before he was discovered, Thomas had shared multiple Instagram posts promoting mental health and wellness.

His last photo, posted on March 8, was an image of him splayed out in what appeared to be a hot tub in Miami.

“A cold plunge a day, keeps the doctor away,” the caption read.

The post also contained the hashtags “cold plunge,” “wellness,” and “mental health.”

Thomas appeared to have returned to Florida following a trip to Madrid, Spain.

On March 7, he posted three shirtless images along with the caption: “From the ashes…”

Just one day prior, Thomas had shared an image of a new tattoo he received.

“New Ink,” the caption read with an accompanying hashtag “resilience” to match his tattoo.


Thomas was a model and actor for the London-based agency AMCK models.

The all-boys agency has yet to publicly comment on his death.

Tributes continue to pour in on Thomas’ social media, including his final posts.

Fashion writer Evan Ross Katz said he has been left “heartbroken” following Thomas’ death.

Gerald Frankowski, who claimed to be Thomas’ agent, wrote that it was a “pleasure.”

“You did everything you needed to go to succeed in the biz,” his comment read.

“Your heart was always in the right place. RIP.”

Kris Haigh, the vice president of Men’s Design, wrote: “I met you many years ago in NY.

“You never failed to bring an upbeat energy every time I saw you.

“We never know what people are really going through. I will use this as a reminder to ask people how they are more even when they seem happy on the outside. RIP Jeff.”

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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