Bethenny Frankel’s interior designer found dead in her luxury NYC apartment more than a week after she was last seen alive

Bethenny Frankel’s interior designer was discovered dead in her fancy NYC apartment more than a week after she was last seen alive

The interior designer of Bethenny Frankel was discovered dead in her Upper East Side apartment after being missing for over a week.

According to sources familiar with the case, the police have not categorized Gomez’s death as suspicious, as reported by The Post.

The cause of death of Gomez is currently being investigated by the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office. However, as of Wednesday, no information regarding the cause of his demise has been disclosed.

On October 23, in her last Instagram post, she shared a touching quote that said, “There’s a future version of you that is so proud you didn’t give up.”

In 2019, Brooke Gomez Design was launched by Gomez after spending 18 years at Gomez Associates, the interior design company founded by her mother, Mariette Himes Gomez.

In 2013, Gomez gained recognition for her participation in the second season of “Bethenny Ever After” on Bravo TV. During her time on the show, she transformed Bethenny Frankel’s $5 million Tribeca loft.

There has been no public statement from Frankel regarding the untimely passing of her designer.

According to her company’s website, Gomez has just finished design projects for Hollywood A-listers Michael J. Fox and Sigourney Weaver.

According to her online biography, Gomez was raised in New York City by an architect father and an interior designer mother. She spent her childhood in various construction sites, which were always in the process of being improved and transformed.

The dollhouse her father constructed was a replica of the very brownstone she had spent her childhood in.

After attending a private school whose name remains undisclosed, Gomez pursued her passion for political science, earning a degree from the prestigious Brown University. However, she eventually decided to follow her mother’s footsteps and joined her interior design firm in 2001.

Gomez explained that interior design is both a highly creative and cerebral field, which is the exact combination he was seeking. He was quoted as saying, “That’s the juxtaposition I was looking for.”

Gomez showcased his exceptional designs in various homes and apartments across prime locations such as the Big Apple, Connecticut, the Hamptons, Palm Beach, and Turks and Caicos.

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