YouTuber Annabelle Ham’s Cause of Death Revealed: The family of lifestyle influencer Annabelle Ham, who previously announced her passing on July 15 at 22 years old, has now provided more information about what caused her death. In a post on Annabelle’s Instagram page on July 18, her loved ones shared that she “experienced an epileptic event” and sadly passed away.
“We’re writing this with heavy, heavy hearts,” the post from her family read. “She struggled with this for a long time and wanted to raise awareness for it, which we will do in honor of her.”
Officials have not yet released an official cause of death. Her family did not offer further details about Annabelle’s history with epilepsy, a seizure disorder.
YouTuber Annabelle Ham’s Cause of Death Revealed
Instead, their message, which included a photo of Annabelle with her parents and sisters Amelia and Alexandria, paid tribute to the positive spirit of the YouTuber.
“Annabelle was beautiful and inspiring and lived life to the fullest,” her family wrote. “Everyone she met was inspired by her energy and the light inside her soul that shined so bright. She was, and will forever be, so so loved.”
The family asked for privacy to grieve and process this tragic loss in peace.
“Please don’t post or spread speculation or details that are unfounded,” they added. “There will be a time to share more details and to go deeper into her life. Her accounts will be used to share what she went through and the joys she brought to all of us. Unnecessary comments only serve to hurt us all, this is a time for remembrance and mourning. Thank you.”
After launching her lifestyle YouTube channel in 2014, Annabelle attended Kennesaw State University in Georgia, where she was a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. At the time of her passing, she was working as a digital media intern for the sports radio station 680 The Fan in Atlanta.
Her sister Alexandria remembered the content creator as a true “spark-plug.”
“Annabelle was such a light to the world,” Alexandria wrote on Instagram on July 17. “If you knew Annabelle, you loved her and loved being around her. She loved others so well too. Please keep my family in your prayers.”