Performer Tegan Toxik Passes Away

Performer Tegan Toxik Passes Away

LOS ANGELES — Performer Tegan Toxik, 35, passed away at her home Monday, March 22, according to her colleagues at Grooby. Also known simply as "Tegan," she was discovered in 2016 and appeared in scenes for the company through the end of 2020.

"I only met her a few times, but if I had to sum her up in one word, it would be that she was very sweet," wrote Grooby founder Steven Grooby in an online tribute.

"It always comes as a shock when someone so young, with so many friends, and who seemed to be moving forward with her life, ends it so suddenly and tragically. I know she was well-liked among the community, and many models counted her as a friend — as seen by their many tributes and celebrations of her left on social media," said Grooby.

"Tegan was a disabled veteran of the Army, having served in Afghanistan and had been living in Las Vegas in recent years, where she had many friends and was part of the trans adult community, co-creating content as well as working on her own content," he added.

Producer Radius Dark described her as "one of the sweetest, nicest people I’ve met in the industry."

Dan Hogue, director of operations for Transerotica, has been giving support to Tegan's partner.

“We are all hurting and are confused with this loss of a friend. We may never know the reason why. There is help for those that need it," he said. "Let the overall message be to seek assistance. Never be afraid to ask for help, reach out to a fellow performer or colleague. There are also anonymous resources available in Pineapple Support and other trusted folks in the industry that would always drop what they are doing and make time for you."

A GoFundMe page has been established to help defray immediate expenses.

"All of us at Grooby, pass on our love, our respect and condolences to her partner, her family and her friends, and to the many performers who worked with Tegan," Grooby said.

Related:  

Copyright © 2024 Adnet Media. All Rights Reserved. XBIZ is a trademark of Adnet Media.
Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission is prohibited.

More News

Vixen Media Group Signs Angie Faith to Exclusive Contract

Vixen Media Group (VMG) has signed Angie Faith as an exclusive.

Chanel Camryn, Kylie Rocket Headline Latest 'Lesbian Stepsisters' From Sweet Sinner

Chanel Camryn and Kylie Rocket topline the 13th volume of "Lesbian Stepsisters," from Mile High Media studio imprint Sweet Sinner.

Brittney Kade Toplines 'TS Sister in Law 2' From TransSensual

Brittney Kade headlines the second volume of "TS Sister in Law," from Mile High Media studio imprint TransSensual.

AEBN Reveals Eva Maxim as Top Trans Star for Q2 of 2024

AEBN has announced its top-selling trans stars for the second quarter of 2024, with Q1 fave Eva Maxim landing once again atop the leaderboard.

Elizabeth Skylar Stars in Latest From New Sensations

Elizabeth Skylar stars with Danny Mountain in the latest release from New Sensations.

Dan Dangler Stars in Latest From Brazzers

Dan Dangler stars with Jasmine Sherni and reigning XBIZ Male Performer of the Year Zac Wild in the latest release from Brazzers, titled "Two Sides to One Slut."

Adult Time Announces Channel Partnership With Seth Gamble

Adult Time has announced a channel partnership with reigning XBIZ Performer of the Year Seth Gamble's paysite LucidFlix.

Kazumi Makes Reality TV Debut on Tubi's 'House of Heat'

Kazumi will make her mainstream reality TV debut on Thursday, appearing on the latest episode of Tubi’s “House of Heat.”

Cherie DeVille, Alexis Fawx Star in Latest From Brazzers

2023 XBIZ Performer of the Year Cherie DeVille and fellow Brazzers exclusive Alexis Fawx star with Alex Jones in the latest release from the studio.

Rocco Siffredi Finds Latest Muse in Rebel Rhyder

Rocco Siffredi is shooting an ambitious documentary feature inspired by his fascination with U.S.-born performer Rebel Rhyder, known on European sets for her predilection for extreme scenes.

Show More