A 26-year-old woman, whose body was found on a Bronx sidewalk in August, reportedly died from an "overdose of cocaine, alcohol and heroin." E! News obtained an affidavit related to the death of Lyric McHenry, a producer who appeared on the E! reality show EJNYC. The network also reports that a man has been arrested for allegedly moving her body.

McHenry had been celebrating her birthday at lower Manhattan venues with her sister and friends, but reportedly left the Dream Downtown with a man. The next morning, August 14th, a passerby found her body near Undercliff Avenue and Boscobel Place in the Bronx around 5 a.m. McHenry was pronounced dead at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, and a friend of the family said that police had told them her body may have been dumped on the sidewalk.

Alexis Meija-Ramirez, 29, was charged with concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence. According to the criminal complaint obtained by E! News, Meija-Ramirez was aided by 'two other male individuals' who "placed McHenry's body above the Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx neighborhood." Police say security camera footage, phone records, and interviews with witnesses led investigators to Meija-Ramirez.

Earlier this month, the NY Times published a long feature about McHenry's death, including interviews with her father, filmmaker Doug McHenry, and her sister, Maya McHenry.

An ex-boyfriend, Charles Mwalimu, who McHenry met at Stanford, told the Times that starring on the E! show exposed her to more partying. "More or less, those types of shows pay you to go out," he said. "Especially when you have money and you go out all the time with people who do, some people keep that drug around more easily than others. After a while, it became a casual thing." He referred to her drug use as an "addiction" and said he recommended counseling. From the Times:

Other friends, including [friends Zippy] Guerin and [Chiara] Towne, fiercely contest the idea that Ms. McHenry had an addiction.

In the lobby of the Marriott Hotel in Midtown, where Mr. McHenry was staying while consulting with police investigators, I asked Maya McHenry if Lyric struggled with addiction. She hesitated, and her father answered instead.

“I don’t think she struggled with addiction,” he said. “I think she partied.”

“She partied like everybody else parties,” Maya added. “I think it was getting a little bit out of control, but that’s just because we live in 2018 now."

Doug McHenry said, "I don’t want this to be: black girl, drugs, something funky went on, what do you expect?"

McHenry was about 20 weeks pregnant at the time of her death.

The Daily News reports that "Mejia-Ramirez, who was ordered held on $7,500 bond or $1,500 cash bail, made bail Saturday."