Aubrey Wilson Death – Aubrey Wilson, a former inmate of Girls Incarcerated passed away at the age of 22 after battling substance misuse for years, according to her family.
On Monday, October 10, Wilson’s grandma Robin Waters verified the information to In Touch, stating that her granddaughter passed away on September 30. “We are in shock. In a statement, Waters stated, “I am a private person, but this is a little different. “I want the knowledge that she is at peace to bring some solace to all the individuals who loved her. And perhaps it will benefit someone else who is in a similar circumstance.
Although the cause of death for the former Netflix star is unknown, Waters said Wilson is thought to have passed away from a heroin or fentanyl overdose. Years of her drug addiction battle were chronicled in season 1 of Girls Incarcerated: Young and Locked Up for the native Indianan.
The first season of the program follows five teenage females who were detained at the Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility in Madison, Indiana. The program premiered in March 2018. In 2016, Wilson was first given a six-month prison term. She eventually stayed in the facility for nine months, finishing a rehab program for substance misuse.
Wilson escaped a few days after being freed in order to see a buddy in Michigan City, Indiana. She went back home after that, and Waters admonished her about taking unwarranted chances.
After Girls Incarcerated, which followed a different group of girls throughout its second and ostensibly last season, Wilson largely avoided the spotlight. While under house arrest in June 2018, she addressed questions from fans on Instagram Live while revealing that she has been detained three times since appearing on the show.
The former reality star was active on social media, and she last year received her degree from Ivy Tech Community College, according to her Facebook profile.
Along with Brianna Guerra, Paige Mcatee, Heidi Lakin, Taryn Twine, Armani Buckner, Sarah Maxwell, and Najwa Pollard, Girls Incarcerated also starred Brianna Guerra. However, the Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility closed down months before the show’s debut.
The Madison Courier reported that there weren’t enough “students” in the facility (they were referred to as “inmates” instead) to support keeping it open. The remaining pupils were transferred to the LaPorte Juvenile Correctional Facility in LaPorte, Indiana, following its closing in October 2017.
Madison’s superintendent John Galipeau described how the facility differs from a regular prison in a Girls Incarcerated episode. He stated that Madison is a maximum security prison that receives girls from all around the state. Their crimes include minor possession of drugs, breaking and entering, armed robbery, aggravated assaults, and charges involving weapons. Most of the females in this facility are sentenced to finish a program rather than a certain amount of time.