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Cameron Boyce Has Been Cremated Following His Untimely Death

Just Jared Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Cameron Boyce has been creamated, according to multiple reports, following his passing earlier this month. The late actor passed away from an epileptic seizure, it was confirmed. His autopsy stated that it was from natural circumstances. Cameron passed away on July 6th and many of his friends and family paid tribute over social media. Over [...]
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Disney’s Cameron Boyce’s death certificate was released two weeks after his sudden death. The document said Boyce was cremated and his ashes were given to his father Victor. According to Extra, the cause of death was deferred, pending “further investigation.” The listed funeral establishment...

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