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Cyrstal Rae

Johnson's body was discovered within the first rows of a cornfield on July 21, 1999, by a father and daughter walking their dogs. The location was along 92nd Street in Raymond, Wisconsin. Her death had occurred within one day prior to the discovery of her body. Johnson's injuries were apparent and her right arm was bent "unnaturally" behind her. Because it had rained on the night her body was dumped, little evidence of the perpetrator was found, although she was placed at the scene about 12 hours prior, before precipitation occurred. The witness stated the body had not been at the location the day before. Based on marks on her body, she appeared to have been dragged 25 feet from the roadside.

Over 50 people attended Johnson's funeral on October 27, 1999 after the autopsy and other examinations were completed. She was interred at Holy Family Cemetery in Caledonia, Wisconsin. Her gravestone read "Daughter: Jane Doe", along with the dates of discovery and burial, with the phrase "Gone, but not forgotten".

Despite friends and classmates of Johnson describing her as mild-mannered and "quiet," the suspect claimed the victim repeatedly stole from the residence, including medication, and invited males over without permission. La Roche's now-ex-husband stated he had come home in July 1999 to find Johnson lying unresponsive, which the suspect claimed resulted from an overdose. La Roche admitted to having stored medication in the cellar of their residence, where Johnson was allegedly forced to sleep, and that she witnessed seeing Johnson "faint" after emptying pill containers in their bathroom sink. Johnson allegedly expired after being taken outside for better air quality. La Roche instructed her then-husband to take their children away for an outing so she could dispose of the body. Paramedics were not called and La Roche did not provide medical assistance to the victim, despite her occupation as a nurse. The autopsy of Johnson's body disputed the alleged overdose, as toxicology tests proved negative. La Roche informed her husband upon his return that the victim regained consciousness, after which she gave two different accounts of leaving Johnson with her grandmother or abandoning her, unharmed, along a roadway in Wisconsin. Johnson's grandmother denied ever meeting members of the La Roche family, let alone seeing Johnson on the day in question.

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Crystal Ray एक American Actress और Model हैं, इनका जन्म 28 August 1982 को Northridge, Los Angeles, California, United States में हुआ था। Ray को मुख्य रूप से Videos और Web Scenes में एक्टिंग करने के लिए जाना जाता है और आज हम Crystal Ray Biography में अभिनेत्री की Early Life, Career, Personal Life आदि के बारे में जानेंगे।

Crystal Ray

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Early Life & Career

Northridge में जन्मीं Ray ने 2002 में 20 वर्ष की उम्र में AV Industry में अपने Career की शुरुआत की और उन्होंने अपना पहला शूट Film Studio ‘Filmco Releasing’ के साथ किया। इसके बाद उन्होंने अभिनेत्री के तौर पर अन्य फिल्म स्टूडियोज के साथ भी काम किया और इन फिल्म स्टूडियोज में West Coast Productions, JM Productions और Platinum Media मुख्य रुप से शामिल हैं।

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फिल्म स्टूडियोज के अलावा Ray ने एंटरटेनमेंट इंडस्ट्री की विभिन्न प्रसिद्ध अभिनेत्रियों के साथ भी वीडियोस में परफॉर्म किया है और इन अभिनेत्रियों में Lauren Phoenix, Shayna Knight और Andi Anderson मुख्य रूप से शामिल हैं।

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NameCrystal Ray
ProfessionActress & Model
NationalityAmerican
Ethnicity/DescentCaucasian
Years Active2002 - 2010
Net Worth (approx.)$200K USD

Debut & Awards

DebutIn 2002 - As an Actress
AwardsNone

Personal Life

Nick Name / Stage NameChristal
Chrystal
Crystal Rae
Crystal
Chrysal Ray
Lashelle
Jennifer
Born (Date of Birth)28 August 1982
Age (as 2021)39 Years Old
BirthplaceNorthridge, Los Angeles, California, United States
GenderFemale
Zodiac SignVirgo
HometownNorthridge, Los Angeles, California, United States
Hobbies/Habits/InterestsTraveling, Shopping, Selfie Lover, Dog Lover, Internet Surfing
Favorite Clothing BrandsCalvin Klein, LOUIS VUITTON, Tommy Hilfiger, Levi Strauss & Co.
Favorite GadgetsSmartphone, DSLR Camera, Smart Watch, DJI Mavic Drone
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Education Qualification / DegreeNot Known

Family, Relationship, Boyfriend, and Affairs

MotherNot Known
FatherNot Known
Sister/BrotherNot Known
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Daughter/Son/ChildrenNot Known
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Body Measurements & Physical Appearances

Height170 cm
1.70 m
5 ft 7 in
Weight51 KG
112 lbs (pounds)
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlond
Figure Size34C-24-34
Dress Size38 (EU)
Shoe (Feet) Size9
TattoosYes
Distinctive FeaturesAttractive Figure & Confidence

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Who is Crystal Ray?

Crystal Ray is an American actress & model, born on 28 August 1982 in Northridge, Los Angeles, California, United States. In 2002, she started her career in entertainment industry with the film studio ‘Filmco Releasing’.

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Crystal Lee Sutton

Crystal Lee Sutton

Born(1940-12-31)December 31, 1940

Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, United States

DiedSeptember 11, 2009(2009-09-11) (aged 68)

Burlington, North Carolina

NationalityUnited States
Other namesCrystal Lee Pulley
Crystal Lee Jordan
Occupationunion organizer

Crystal Lee Sutton (née Pulley; December 31, 1940 – September 11, 2009) was an American union organizer and advocate who gained fame in 1979 when the film Norma Rae was released, based on events related to her being fired from her job at the J.P. Stevens plant in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina on May 30, 1973 for "insubordination" after she copied an anti-union letter posted on the company bulletin board.[1][2]

Union activism and recognition[edit]

Sutton was one of the union activists during the J.P. Stevens controversy—one of "the ugliest episodes in labor history in the United States which took place from about 1963 to 1980"[3] during which Stevens "repeatedly harassed or fired union activists"[3] and the union "countered with a boycott of Stevens products"[3][4] and a "campaign to isolate the company by pressuring companies that dealt with Stevens or had Stevens officers on their boards."[1][3] In 1973 Crystal saw a union poster hanging in one of the seven mills in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina owned by J.P. Stevens & Company mills where three generations of her family had worked—living in a neighborhood where the Company "owned every shotgun house"[2] in Sutton's neighborhood. She had been "thinking about the paltry wages, the bone-tiring work and the stingy benefits that she and her parents had suffered. She wanted something better for her children."[2] In 1978 Sutton was fired after trying to unionize employees.[1][5] Shortly after, by August 28, 1978, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) began to represent workers at the plant.[1]

The Textile Workers Union of America sent union organizer Eli Zivkovich to unionize J.P. Stevens & Company's Roanoke Rapids mills employees and worked with Sutton. He said "in his 20 years as an organizer he had never known anyone who matched Sutton’s zeal."[2][6] “Management and others treated me as if I had leprosy,” she stated.[7] Sutton earned $2.65 per hour folding towels (equivalent to $15.45 in 2020).[8]

She received threats and was finally fired from her job.[9] But before she left, she took one final stand, portrayed in Norma Rae. “I took a piece of cardboard and wrote the word UNION on it in big letters, got up on my work table, and slowly turned it around. The workers started cutting their machines off and giving me the victory sign. All of a sudden the plant was very quiet…”[1][10] Sutton was physically removed from the plant by police, but she achieved her goal.[11] On August 28, 1978, the 3,133 workers at the Roanoke Rapids plant[1] voted to allow The Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) to represent them by a slim 237 vote margin.[1] However, because of the intractability of J.P. Stevens, workers at the plant continued without a contract until 1980.[citation needed] Thanks to a coalition of black and white women employees of the mill, Sutton's national speaking tour, and local organizing on behalf of workers among religious groups, J.P. Stevens and ACTWU agreed to a settlement in 1980.[12] Sutton became a paid organizer for the ACTWU and went on a national speaking tour as "the real Norma Rae."[1] Sutton was the 13th recipient of the Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award in 1980.[13] The honor was named after a 1963 encyclical letter, Pacem in terris (Peace on Earth), by Pope John XXIII, that calls upon all people of good will to secure peace among all nations.[citation needed]

Sutton complained that the ACTWU didn't support her after her arrest. She claimed union leaders "acted like they were ashamed to have ever had anything to do with Crystal Lee." She said that when she was reinstated at J.P. Stevens, she was snubbed by the union organizer. "I mean, I walked into that mill that day and the organizer said he didn't even know who I was. There was nobody from the regional office. No press, nothing." Two days later she took her accumulated sick days to demonstrate her value to the union. Eventually, she began working for the ACTWU directly, however.[14]

Norma Rae[edit]

The 1979 film Norma Rae, starring Sally Field, is based on Sutton's early union work.[9] The movie is based on the 1975 book about her by New York Times reporter Henry "Hank" Leifermann Crystal Lee: A Woman of Inheritance.[6] Her papers and memorabilia are located at Alamance Community College in North Carolina, where she took classes in nursing in 1988.[15]

Personal life[edit]

Sutton was born Crystal Lee Pulley in Roanoke Rapids on December 31, 1940.[8] She married at 19, gave birth to her first child at 20, and was widowed at 21.[2] She married Larry Jordan Jr. and had her third child at 25. Following the events that made her famous and before the release of Norma Rae, she and Jordan were divorced.[11] She married Lewis Sutton Jr. about 1977. Obituaries state they were married 32 years.[11]

Death[edit]

Crystal Lee Sutton died of inoperable brain cancer at Hospice Home in Burlington, North Carolina.[16][17]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefghFink, Joey (July 15, 2014). "In Good Faith: Working-Class Women, Feminism, and Religious Support in the Struggle to Organize J.P. Stevens Textile Workers in the Southern Piedmont, 1974–1980". Southern Spaces. doi:10.18737/M7J60K. Retrieved 26 August 2014.
  2. ^ abcdeJones, Mage (December 23, 2009). "Crystal Lee Sutton: The Organizer". The New York Times. Retrieved 1 April 2016.
  3. ^ abcdSalmans, Sandra (October 18, 1981), "J.P. Stevens: One year after the truce", The New York Times, retrieved March 31, 2016
  4. ^Minchin, Timothy J. (2005), "Don't Sleep with Stevens!: The J.P. Stevens Campaign and the Struggle to Organize the South, 1963–80", University Press of Florida, Gainesville
  5. ^Hodges, James A., Fink, Gary M.; Reed, Merl E. (eds.), J.P.Stevens and the Union: Struggle for the South, Race, Class, and Community in Southern Labor History, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press
  6. ^ abLeifermann, Henry P. (1975), "Crystal Lee: A Woman of Inheritance", Macmillan, p. 190, ISBN 
  7. ^https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/15/AR2009091503323.html
  8. ^ abSullivan, Patricia (April 1, 2009). "Labor Organizer Crystal Lee Sutton Dies 68". Washington Post. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  9. ^ abHevesi, Dennis (2009-09-15). "Crystal Lee Sutton, the Real-Life 'Norma Rae,' Is Dead at 68 (Published 2009)". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
  10. ^"Welcome to the Crystal Sutton Collection" Official website of Crystal Lee Sutton
  11. ^ abcHevesi, Dennis (September 15, 2009). "Crystal Lee Sutton, the Real-Life 'Norma Rae,' Is Dead at 68". The New York Times. Retrieved March 17, 2018.
  12. ^Raskin, A.H. (October 21, 1980), "The Stevens Settlement"(PDF), nyt
  13. ^"Pacem in Terris Past Recipients". Diocese of Davenport. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
  14. ^Howard Pousner (April 17, 1980). "The Real "Norman Rae" Is No Sally Fields". Spokesman-Review. p. 17. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  15. ^Beach, Peggy (2007-08-02). "'Norma Rae' donates her papers to Alamance Community College: Alamance alum Leslie Thompson helps catalog donation" (Press release). North Carolina Community College System Public Affairs. Archived from the original on 2009-12-11.
  16. ^Patricia Sullivan (September 16, 2009). "Labor Organizer Crystal Lee Sutton Dies 68". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  17. ^"Crystal Lee Sutton dies at 68". rrdailyherald.com. Retrieved 21 December 2015.[permanent dead link]

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Murder of Peggy Johnson

Peggy Lynn Johnson

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Photograph of Peggy Johnson

Born

Peggy Lynn Johnson


March 4, 1976 (1976-03-04)

United States

StatusIdentified after 20 years
Diedc. July 20, 1999(1999-07-20) (aged 23)

McHenry, Illinois, U.S.

Cause of deathHomicide by blunt force trauma
Body discoveredJuly 21, 1999
Raymond, Wisconsin
Resting placeHoly Family Cemetery, Caledonia, Wisconsin (formerly)
Other namesPeggy Lynn Schroeder, Racine County Jane Doe, "Crystal Rae"
Known forFormerly unidentified victim of homicide
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
WebsiteFacebook page

Peggy Lynn Johnson (formerly known as Racine County Jane Doe, or by the nickname "Crystal Rae"), also known by the last name Schroeder, was an American woman whose body was discovered in 1999 in the town of Raymond, Racine County, Wisconsin.[1] She was 23 years old at the time of her death, which had occurred after enduring several weeks of extreme neglect and both physical and sexual abuse.[2] New developments in the case emerged after her body was exhumed on October 16, 2013, including isotope analysis.[3] In November 2019, authorities announced that she was successfully identified after two decades. Additionally, a suspect remains in police custody for her murder. Both the victim's and the accused murderer's name were released on November 8, 2019.[4] Johnson's murder received national attention both preceding and following her identification.[5]

Discovery[edit]

Johnson's body was discovered within the first rows of a cornfield on July 21, 1999, by a father and daughter walking their dogs. The location was along 92nd Street in Raymond, Wisconsin.[6] Her death had occurred within one day prior to the discovery of her body.[7][8] Johnson's injuries were apparent and her right arm was bent "unnaturally" behind her.[5][9] Because it had rained on the night her body was dumped, little evidence of the perpetrator was found, although she was placed at the scene about 12 hours prior, before precipitation occurred.[2][3] The witness stated the body had not been at the location the day before. Based on marks on her body, she appeared to have been dragged 25 feet from the roadside.[10]

She wore a man's shirt, gray in color, with a floral design on the front. After contacting the shirt's manufacturer, it was learned that this type of shirt was first sold in 1984.[3][11][8] She was also wearing black sweatpants. No additional clothing was found, including footwear.[7][1]

Examination[edit]

During the autopsy, multiple injuries were observed across her body, and it was determined she had endured several weeks of neglect in addition to long-term physical abuse.[12][13] She was malnourished and suffered from an untreated infection in her left elbow.[10] The abuse increased in severity in the days immediately prior to her death, and she had also been sexually assaulted.[9][11] Potential chemical burns were identified on 25% of her body and road rash was also observed. Her nose was broken, as were several of her ribs, although some of the latter injuries occurred after death. A "cauliflower ear" deformity may have been caused by the recent increase of abuse she suffered, either from beating or being pulled.[7][1][14] Sharp-force trauma was also evident on the same ear.[10]

Additionally, the examination suggested she may have been a cognitively disabled individual. It was believed that she was most likely 18 to 35 years old. Her front incisors protruded from her mouth, and decay was present on many teeth, some of which were missing.[1][3] Her curly hair was reddish-brown, collar-length, and appeared to have blond highlights.[1] Johnson's eye color was difficult to discern, but listed as brown, green, or hazel. There were two earrings in each of her ears.[2][9] Additionally, there was evidence she may have worn glasses, despite their absence from the crime scene.[10]

Investigation[edit]

Over 50 people attended Johnson's funeral on October 27, 1999, after the autopsy and other examinations were completed.[11][15] She was interred at Holy Family Cemetery in Caledonia, Wisconsin.[16] Her gravestone read "Daughter: Jane Doe", along with the dates of discovery and burial, with the phrase "Gone, but not forgotten".[7][1]

Multiple reconstructions were created of her face to assist with visual identification of the body.[2] In 2012, a revised reconstruction was created by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, replacing their original.[6][17] Another version of this facial composite exists, which depicts a differing facial rendition of how she may have appeared in life.[3][9]

Police theorized that she was an international visitor, a runaway child or was estranged from her family. In 2011, investigators followed a potential lead that the victim may have been Aundria Bowman (born Alexis Badger), who disappeared from her adoptive parents' house in Hamilton, Michigan on March 11, 1989. DNA profiling, via her mother Cathy, demonstrated that they were not the same person.[6] Additional missing persons such as Tina D'Ambrosio and Karen Wells were ruled out.[7][18][19][20]

Some believed that this case could be linked to the murder of Mary Kate Chamizo (née Sunderlin), a previously unidentified victim who was discovered in Lake County, Illinois. Chamizo was also found malnourished, had poor dentition and had been beaten to death. Three were arrested in that case; one was convicted.[21][22] All three were later cleared due to new evidence.[23]

Her remains were exhumed on October 16, 2013, for further study and transported to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where her body had previously been examined in 1999.[1][8][24] Authorities hoped that by studying the isotopic makeup of her bones, they would be able to tell where she had lived prior to her death.[11] An anthropologist from Tennessee was employed to conduct the tests.[6]

Although the murder remained unsolved at the time, investigators stated they hoped that the case would eventually come to a close. A press conference in 2013 explained they had uncovered more clues.[1][3]

"All of us [present] here, who have investigated the deaths of individuals during the course of our careers, have seen many troubling things. However, the utter, barbaric brutality inflicted on this young woman is something none of us will never forget."

Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling, addressing the media to announce the formal identification of Peggy Lynn Johnson and her alleged murderer, Linda La Roche.[10] November 8, 2019.[25]

It was announced on July 19, 2015, that the examination of her remains had been completed and that they would be reburied on the 16th anniversary of Johnson's discovery.[26] Authorities stated they had indeed uncovered new leads from the exhumation, but they declined to state any details.[27]

On October 20, 2016, it was announced that chemical isotope testing performed by the Smithsonian on a sample of her hair and bone suggested she was potentially from or spent several years of her life in Alaska, Montana or portions of southern Canada. Authorities did not comment on what testing the results were from, whether recent with hair or history from bone.[28] The police department planned on seeking forensic genetic genealogy organizations to identify potential relatives of the victim.[6]

Identification and arrest of Linda La Roche[edit]

On November 7, 2019, the Racine County Sheriff's Office announced that Sheriff Christopher Schmaling would hold a media briefing the following day to release information about Racine County Jane Doe's identity and the name of the individual in custody for her death. The announcement stated that "both the victim and the individual in custody have substantial ties to a northwestern Chicago suburb."[29][4]

On November 8, 2019, Racine County authorities identified the victim, through DNA comparison, as Peggy Lynn Johnson, 23, of McHenry, Illinois. Her accused killer was identified as a 63-year-old nurse, Linda Sue La Roche. La Roche owned her own nursing practice, established in 1997, which provided health care to at least two Illinois correctional facilities, without displaying any questionable or inadequate behavior.[30] Johnson was never reported missing, although an aunt placed a personal ad in a December 1999 issue of Northwest Herald requesting Johnson contact her.[16][5]

La Roche was arrested on November 5, 2019, in Cape Coral, Florida, where she resided since 2013.[30] The warrant was listed as $1 million.[10] She reportedly confessed to killing someone during her stay in Illinois to various individuals, one of whom alerted police on September 23, 2019.[16] According to a criminal complaint, La Roche was charged with first-degree intentional homicide and concealment of a corpse. Authorities state the maximum penalty would be life in prison.[31] At the time she was charged with murdering Peggy Johnson, she was facing legal proceedings after causing a vehicle accident while intoxicated.[30]

Johnson was reportedly last seen by classmates at a 1994 homecoming dance in Harvard, Illinois.[5] The victim and her accused killer first encountered each other in 1994 at a medical clinic Johnson worked at.[32] She became homeless at age 18 after her mother's death; her brother and father had previously died.[5] Johnson agreed to serve as a housekeeper for La Roche in exchange for room and board. The emotional and physical abuse against Johnson took place over a significant period of time before her death, presumably since moving into the residence. As indicated by the autopsy, she was subjected to a poor living environment and was not well-nourished.[16][32] Instances of La Roche's abuse toward Johnson were confirmed by her children, one of which the victim confided in after being asked about a bruise to the face.[10]

Despite friends and classmates of Johnson describing her as mild-mannered and "quiet," the suspect claimed the victim repeatedly stole from the residence, including medication, and invited males over without permission.[6][10] La Roche's now-ex-husband stated he had come home in July 1999 to find Johnson lying unresponsive, which the suspect claimed resulted from an overdose.[32] La Roche admitted to having stored medication in the cellar of their residence, where Johnson was allegedly forced to sleep, and that she witnessed seeing Johnson "faint" after emptying pill containers in their bathroom sink.[30] Johnson allegedly expired after being taken outside for better air quality. La Roche instructed her then-husband to take their children away for an outing so she could dispose of the body.[10] Paramedics were not called and La Roche did not provide medical assistance to the victim, despite her occupation as a nurse. The autopsy of Johnson's body disputed the alleged overdose, as toxicology tests proved negative. La Roche informed her husband upon his return that the victim regained consciousness, after which she gave two different accounts of leaving Johnson with her grandmother or abandoning her, unharmed, along a roadway in Wisconsin.[16] Johnson's grandmother denied ever meeting members of the La Roche family, let alone seeing Johnson on the day in question.[10]

Police explained they planned to exhume Johnson's body once again, and re-inter her next to her mother in Belvidere, Illinois.[33][32]

Legal proceedings[edit]

La Roche first appeared in court on January 9, 2020, for a preliminary hearing. However, the hearing was adjourned due to the fact that La Roche did not have an attorney. She has confessed to killing a woman in Illinois. However, she claims she is innocent and did not kill Johnson.[34] Her trial was set for February 2020, but was postponed until April 2021, so she could get an attorney. However, it was postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[35] A status conference was set for June 11, 2021.[36]

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References[edit]

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  4. ^ ab"Racine Co. Sheriff to reveal ID of 1999 homicide victim, body found in cornfield in Raymond". FOX6Now.com. Fox News. November 7, 2019. Retrieved November 8, 2019.
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  10. ^ abcdefghijFlancher, Faye (November 7, 2019). "State of Wisconsin vs. Linda Sue La Roche"(PDF). Circuit Court of Racine County. Retrieved January 5, 2020.
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  22. ^"Identified - Index 5". doenetwork.org. The Doe Network. Retrieved August 16, 2014.
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Cyrstal Rae

Cyrstal Rae is an American actress who works in the AV industry {IMDb source}. Born on December 19, 1996, Cyrstal hails from Florida, Florida, United States. As in 2021, Cyrstal Rae‘s age is 24 years. Check below for more deets about Cyrstal Rae. This page will put a light upon the Cyrstal Rae bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, affairs, controversies, caste, height, weight, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.Edit/Report


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Stage NameCyrstal Rae
Real NameCyrstal Rae
Profession(s)Actress,
BirthdayDecember 19, 1996
Age24 years (As in 2021)
GenderFemale
BirthplaceFlorida, United States
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  • Her birth sign is Sagittarius.
  • She’s an actress, known for her work in the AV industry {IMDb source}.

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  • Where is Cyrstal Rae from?Florida, United States.
  • When is the birthday of Cyrstal Rae?December 19, 1996.
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