Star of “Married at First Sight,” Andrew Jury Passed Away at 33

The Married at First Sight New Zealand alumnus Andrew Jury passed away. 33 was his age.

The New Zealand Herald was informed by Roy Jury the father of the former reality star that his son passed away on Thursday, June 27, while he was being held at the Mt. Eden Corrections Facility in Auckland, New Zealand.

Roy stated that his son had a court appearance booked for the few hours before to his passing. According to the publication, Andrew was being prosecuted for “assault with intent to injure, willful damage, and possession of an offensive weapon.”

Dion Paki, the manager of Mt. Eden Prison, told the Herald that although Andrew’s cause of death is unknown, staff and emergency professionals raced to save his life. Roy stated that Andrew had been “struggling” in prison since his detention on April 2 and that he was concerned about his son’s mental health prior to his court appearance.

Roy told the newspaper, “When Andy stopped communicating with family and friends, it should have been a red flag.” “This upsetting incident has left me and Andy’s friends and extended family feeling incredibly saddened and confused.”

According to the Herald, shortly after the news broke, Andrew’s former co-stars on MAFS New Zealand paid respects in a group Instagram post.

They stated, “We have come together to acknowledge Andrew Jury’s passing with the heaviest of hearts.” “We had the utmost pleasure in producing and taking part in a show that will forever bind us together.”

The cast then concluded, saying, “At this time our entire cast wish to send our deepest condolences and love to his family – Ben, Angel, Brett, Vicky, Haydn, Lacey, Claire, Dom, Aaron, Luke, Belinda.” “Despite his struggles, Andrew was always friendly and the life of the party during our shared experience and he really valued his time on the show,” they said.

In reaction to the tragic news, a representative for Warner Bros Discovery New Zealand—which creates the marital reality series for its Three network—told Deadline in a statement that “Warner Bros Discovery expresses our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Andrew Jury.”

“WBD has procedures in place for the cast and crew’s welfare and takes their duty of care very seriously. During pre-screening, production, and post-broadcast, mental health professionals are accessible to all MAFS NZ contributors.

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