Matthew Mindler was discovered dead on Saturday morning in Manor Township close to his grounds, and it was affirmed by his school, Millersville University.
The former child actor’s death has been ruled as suicide, but still has a “pending toxicology results,” according to the Lancaster County Coroner’s Office report obtained by TMZ.
He was seen through a CCTV camera, wearing a white Millersville University hooded sweatshirt with black stripes on the arm, a black backpack, jeans, and white sneakers.
His mom, Monica Mindler told TMZ that her son struggled with severe anxiety issues for years yet appeared to partake in his first seven day stretch of school prior to ending his own life.
She added stayed in touch with her during his first few days on the Pennsylvania campus and was busy. Her son shared to her that he met with an advisor about starting a campus computer/programming club, had an upcoming job interview with the IT department and was making companions.
Their last text message exchange was Tuesday night and it’s about her planning to pick him up Friday to go through the end of the week at home. She needed him to return home and unwind for a couple of days, knowing he struggles with “crippling anxiety.”
Sending our warmest and tightest hug to Matthew’s family and friends. If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Help spread the word so people who feels the same way will know we are all willing to help.
Reactions to Matthew Mindler Cause of Death
Sorry to hear this R.I.P… please reach out if you’re struggling. https://t.co/ZzltU7qcLk— Always be kind (@Spartanfans10) September 1, 2021
This breaks my heart to see a young man gone so soon. My thoughts and prayers are with Matthew’s friends, family, and the Millersville community. https://t.co/FM9BHZEL5z— Ty (@tyflyguy15) August 31, 2021
Such a tragic loss!! My heart goes out to Matthew’s family!! 🙏— Street Spitzley (@StreetSpitzley) August 31, 2021
People out there are not always OK even if you think they are． Drop a line， without expecting a reply． Send flowers． Be nice．— Tordy (@tordyclark) August 31, 2021
So heartbreaking! I suffered 7 yrs with it 😞plz don’t throw ur life a way there’s always help be it prescriptions or councilor’ it can be beat .my help with Jesus gave me the peace I longed for ! Rip so sad— Maria (@Maria35460142) September 1, 2021
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