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Influencer Remi Lucidi dies after falling from 68th floor building

Remi Lucidi, who documented himself scaling tall structures around the world on his Remi Engima Instagram account, reportedly died on July 27 after falling from the 68th floor of a skyscraper in Hong Kong, according to Sky News. He was 30.

The French daredevil was last seen knocking on a window from the outside of a penthouse suite, startling a maid inside the high-rise, per the South China Morning Post. The maid then called police, who arrived to find Lucidi’s body at a nearby patio along with his identification and a video camera containing footage of extreme sports, according to the publication.

Authorities told the local outlet that Lucidi gained entry after telling a security guard that he was there to visit a friend on the 40th floor. He proceeded to enter an elevator, with surveillance footage capturing him arriving on the 49th floor. From there, police said the stunt influencer made his way to the top floor, where a door was found to have been forced open.

News of Lucidi’s death comes a week after the stunt influencer shared a photo of the Hong Kong skyline on his Instagram. His account also features recent selfies snapped while dangling from buildings in Dubai, Bulgaria and Ukraine.

One of Lucidi’s final posts showed him climbing up a tall tower in Bulgaria with no safety gear on. He captioned the July 16 image, “Life is too short to chase unicorns.”

In other news – Lawyer claims Todd and Julie Chrisley are being treated unfairly In prison

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s lawyer is speaking out about the condition of their prisons. ET spoke to the couple’s new lawyer, Jay Surgent, after their children claimed that Todd and Julie are facing “nightmare” conditions behind bars.

“I would like to say that they’re doing well, but they’re not,” Jay, of Weiner Law Group, told ET. “First of all, anybody incarcerated is not doing well because they’re restricted of their freedom. But the problem in this situation is that, because of their celebrity status, I think that they’ve been singled out.” Read More

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