Linda Torres, known for appearing on the reality series “Big Ang,” has died.
The reality star passed away Thursday at Staten Island University Hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19, Janine Detore, the sister of late “Big Ang” star Angela Raiola, told TMZ. She was 67.
Detore also remembered her friend in a somber post on Instagram.
“Rest In Peace my friend ♥️ you’ll be missed 😔 your bday was in between me & Angela you were our family .. we love you always , Angela take care of @blondelindavh1 #onlythegooddieyoung,” Detore captioned a photo of the star.
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Torres recently underwent surgery following a breast cancer diagnosis, according to TMZ. Her daughters were taking care of her after the surgery and brought her back to the hospital after she developed a fever. She then tested positive for the coronavirus and had been placed on a ventilator.
In addition to her appearances on “Big Ang,” Torres also appeared on “Mob Wives.”
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Raiola died in 2016 of cancer. “Big Ang” was a spinoff of “Mob Wives” and ran for one season on VH1 back in 2012.