According to Naya Rivera’s former co-star on Glee, Heather Morris, the lakeside vigil at Lake Piru, her place of death, is what called the actress “out of the water.” The 33-year-old actress took to her Twitter on Friday afternoon to share a photo of the ceremony along the lake’s shore.
Many of her co-stars and family members were there, including Kevin McHale, Chris Colfer, and Amber Riley. Morris wrote on her Twitter account today that if there are people out there who aren’t “believers,” then this would be the proof.
As it was previously reported, Rivera’s body was found by the authorities on the same day as the vigil on the 8th of July, The actress rented a pontoon boat with her 4-year-old child with Ryan Dorsey, Josey.
According to multiple reports, the 33-year-old’s death was officially declared as an accidental drowning. Thus far, authorities have speculated that she and her son were swimming in the lake but she drifted too far away from the vessel.
We called her out of the water and she came. If you're not a believer, I don't know what more proof you'd need. pic.twitter.com/HSEWRwRJVF
— heather (@HeatherMorrisTV) July 17, 2020
Her 4-year-old child was wearing a life jacket, however, she wasn’t, and she was able to muster up enough strength to get him back on the pontoon but not enough to save herself. As most know, Morris isn’t the only star who thinks a metaphysical force is what led to her body being found.
Kevin McHale also took to his Twitter to say he wasn’t religious by anyone’s standards, but it was too coincidental that they managed to find her body on the same day as the vigil. Moreover, he claimed Cory Monteith’s spirit probably helped them find her body.
Reportedly, the authorities discovered the actress’ remains on the same day as Cory Monteith’s death approximately seven years ago. He overdosed and died.
As it was previously reported, Naya Rivera went missing earlier this month after she and her 4-year-old son took a boat onto a California lake. The police department later took to their Twitter to say they had been using “sophisticated sonar technology” to find her body.