Rest in peace, Stevie Ryan.

The former reality TV personality, podcaster, and YouTube star was found dead in her home after an apparent suicide attempt at 33 years old, according to records from the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner website, obtained by In Touch. She was known for doing celebrity parodies and her feuds with reality stars like Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham from the Teen Mom franchise.

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Stevie had a very heated, ongoing feud with Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle. Back in 2014, Stevie said that Jenelle's custody battle with her mother Barbara Evans over her seven-year-old Jace is Jenelle's own fault because she didn't raise her own child.

"Who [are you] again?" Jenelle hit back at the time. "Yeah, washed up wanna-be reality star."

But shortly after news broke about Stevie's death, Jenelle tweeted a heartfelt message about her former enemy — but she quickly deleted it because she got backlash from followers who accused her of using Stevie's death as a way to seek out attention.

"I know we pretty much hated each other but I'm sorry you had to go so soon pretty girl," the 25-year-old wrote.

Last year she mocked Teen Mom OG star Farrah's daughter Sophia on Instagram. She posted a video clip making fun of the eight-year-old's video message about Nicki Minaj after the hip hop star ingnited a feud with Farrah over the way she treated her mom, Debra Danielsen.

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Stevie rose to fame in 2010 after her hit YouTube series Little Loca — which featured her own celebrity sketch parodies — was picked up by VH1 and later turned into a series titled Stevie TV. The show ran from 2012-2013, but she went on to co-host the 2015 E! talk show Sex With Brody — which featured Brody Jenner. Most recently, Stevie hosted her podcast Mentally Ch(ill), where she spoke openly about depression.

Her cause of death was determined a suicide by hanging, according to the records. She died on Saturday, July 1 — just one day after announcing the death of her grandfather on Twitter.

"The man of my dreams will now only be in my dreams. I'll miss you every day, forever. I love you my Pa," read her last tweet.

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