Woman dies after attending Insane Clown Posse’s ‘Gathering of the Juggalos’

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Courtesy: Insane Clown Posse Facebook Page

THORNVILLE, Ohio — Police are awaiting toxicology results to come back, after a woman from Flint died following her attendance of Insane Clown Posse’s 15th Gathering of the Juggalos.

According to The Newark Gazette, Kristal Tsosie, 27, passed away at Licking Memorial Hospital in Ohio.  They cite a news release, in which sheriff’s officials say Tsosie was at the concert when a family member told deputies that she needed medical attention.  She was taken to the hospital, where she later died.

Family members added that Tsosie did not consume alcohol or use any prescription drugs at the event, and mentioned that she had a preexisting medical condition.  The investigation into her death continues, pending toxicology results.

ICP fans — or Juggalos — often wear makeup similar to that of the rap duo.


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  • Kymberly Helton

    All this is doing is trying to grasps peoples attention by adding in that she was attending the gathering. ICP had nothing to do with it, she went in knowing her condition on her own self by her own choice. Quit blaming the band and giving sympathy to a women who knew her condition still decided to push it to the limits she couldn’t handle. This isn’t the first time a band has gotten blamed for someones own choices and action, its quite ridiculous!

    • Nikki

       ”Quit blaming the band and giving sympathy to a women who knew her condition still decided to push it to the limits she couldn’t handle. ”
      First of all, I don’t see any blame placed on the band…Second, if you think this woman (and her family) don’t deserve sympathy, you are just a disgusting human being! And finally, just because someone has a health condition doesn’t mean they have ‘limits’…She had the same right to be there and enjoy herself as everyone else who was there…

  • Peggy Toppel

    I want to know what this has to do with the fact that she was at the ICP gathering? If this is the only way media can come up with getting attention then I feel sorry for them. ICP is in no way responsible for this happening and this article is a law suit waiting to happen in my opinion. Im sorry the lady died but people die ever day in many ways after attending functions or even going to a restaurant, that doesn’t mean it should end up in the news with these kind of headlines. Shame on FOX News!