Ivana Trump’s cause of death has been released, one day after she was found dead inside her home. Radar has learned that Donald Trump’s first wife plunged down the stairs to her tragic death.
The New York Medical Examiner revealed Ivana’s cause of death was blunt impact injuries to her torso after taking a nasty spill inside her apartment on Thursday. The 73-year-old socialite’s autopsy was completed on Friday, RadarOnline.com can confirm.
Manhattan paramedics responded to Ivana’s Upper Eastside home at 12:40 PM ET after receiving a cardiac arrest call, but it was too late. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Ivana Trump was found at the bottom of the stairs with a spilled cup of coffee next to her.
Friend Nikki Haskell said she worried about the first wife of former President Donald Trump having such an accident.
“That has always been my fear,” Haskell told Extra.
“She had one of those really beautiful staircases that was impossible to walk down. Narrow in the inside and wider as it got out. I was always afraid that she would fall.
“I don’t know what happened, but it’s not hard for me to believe that that’s what happened. They were treacherous stairs,” she said.
Gossip columnist Rob Shuter also called the staircase “treacherous.”
“[The apartment] wasn’t as renovated, as up to speed as what you might think,” Shuter said on NewsNation. “Those stairs were always very dangerous. The carpet on those stairs [was] a little bit worn, too.”
Haskell said Ivana Trump had ventured out less in recent years for fear of catching COVID-19.
Ivana married Donald in 1977, and the two shared three children together — Don. Jr, 44, Ivanka, 40, and Eric, 28.
Donald’s mistress-turned-second wife, Marla Maples, and her daughter, Tiffany Trump, 28, will not be at Ivana’s funeral — because they weren’t invited.
However, Donald’s current wife, Melania Trump, who also had beef with Ivana, will be in attendance to support her husband and stepchildren.
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