Trevor Jones, a former contestant on Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker,” has died at 34.
The actual fact star’s family confirmed on-line that he handed away Oct. 9 from an “event” related to his Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a tissue-weakening dysfunction that will set off important blood vessels to spontaneously rupture.
Jones is most well-known for his activate Season 8 of the connection current “Millionaire Matchmaker” the place he ended up relationship “The Hills” star Stephanie Pratt. Lastly, he went on to marry one other individual.
“We’re devastated over proper right here. He was most likely probably the most lovely, sweetest, normalest, nicest particular person,” former “Matchmaker” host Patti Stanger suggested The Submit. “I take into account saying to him, ‘Can I clone you? We’re all in shock. Solely the great die youthful. He was considered one of many nicest guys.”
Stanger, 60, added, “I take into account telling Stephanie [Pratt], ‘You’re in no way going to do greater than this.’”
Alongside alongside along with his TV stints, Jones is the co-founder of Flex Watches, a timepiece agency with interchangeable faces on watches with each design supporting a charitable set off.
The company has had partnerships with rappers Tyga and Xzibit and was even featured on CNBC’s “The Income,” the place businessman Marcus Lemonis offers capital funding to firms in commerce for a stake of their agency. The host ended up offering $400,000 for a 40% stake throughout the company, which Jones and his confederate accepted.
Jones’ family well-known how “generous” and sort he was in a press launch on GoFundMe.
“Trevor was the form of person who left a footprint on this planet with out even making an attempt. He was sincere, generous, humorous, and on a regular basis tried to current once more,” they wrote. “Trevor had a gift the place he might make anyone smile, snicker, or actually really feel cozy with solely a glance or just some phrases.”
As of Tuesday, the fund-raiser had garnered over $118,000, which is ready to go in the direction of the star’s widow, Cherrie Jones, to help help their 6-month-old daughter, Finley.
Stanger suggested The Submit “he went broke throughout the course of” of doing IVF alongside along with his partner.