Kevin Barnett Died of a Nontraumatic Hemorrhage Caused by Pancreatitis: Report

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Kevin Barnett's cause of death has been revealed. 

The comedian and "Rel" co-creator passed away suddenly at the age of just 32 while on vacation in Mexico earlier this week. 

Barnett died of a nontraumatic hemorrhage, or severe bleeding, caused by pancreatitis, according to a statement from the chief of Tijuana’s Forensic Medical Service.

“At the moment his body is still in facilities of the Forensic Medical Service of Tijuana, waiting to be delivered to his family members who are performing the legal proceedings," the statement to E! News read.

Barnett's final Instagram post showed him in Mexico on Sunday.

“Bought myself a sweater,” he wrote. “Been accused of appropriation several times. In my head I just gave a lady some money so I ain’t cold. Either way. Swag heavy. Mixtape comin.”

In addition to writing for and appearing on “Rel,” Barnett had a role in the film “Dumb and Dumber To.” He also worked on the Owen Wilson movie “Hall Pass.”


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