'Queen Of Versailles' Daughter Victoria Siegel Went To Rehab Weeks Before Death

The 18-year-old daughter of The Queen Of Versailles stars Jacqueline and David Siegel died Saturday afternoon.

As the Inquisitr reported, the body of Victoria Siegel was found at their home in Florida on Saturday, June 6, just after 2 p.m.

Siegel, who is the daughter of the Westgate Resorts owners, was taken to Health Central Hospital where she was pronounced dead. In the days that have followed, an autopsy has reportedly been done. However, at this point, the results have not yet been released to the public.

Although many questions regarding the Queen of Versailles star's death have yet to be answered, a new report has shed light on the situation, and seemingly hinted at what could have taken the young woman's life.

On June 8, TMZ reported the following.

"Victoria Siegel had a problem with prescription drugs and had just recently returned home from rehab before her death. Siegel struggled with Xanax and the family tried to get her help by sending her to rehab on multiple occasions."
According to TMZ, Siegel's latest stint in rehab concluded about two weeks ago, and in the weeks since, she had been doing well. The family is reportedly "shocked" by the Queen Of Versailles' daughter's death, as they witnessed a much healthier version of the 18-year-old in the days leading up to her tragic passing. Siegel even attended a premiere party for her parents' recent appearance on Celebrity Wife Swap(their episode aired last Wednesday), and nothing appeared to be concerning.

Following Siegel's death, The Queen of Versailles' Jacqueline took to Facebook, where she confirmed her daughter's passing, and asked fans to respect their family's privacy during this difficult time.

"It is with great sadness that we ask you to respect our privacy during this tragic time and the loss of our beloved daughter, Victoria. Thank you all for your prayers and for your support. As more information comes out the family will share it, until that time there is no comment."
Hopefully, whatever the case is, the Queen of Versailles family will soon get the answers they are looking for, and begin their journey towards closure in this unfortunate set of circumstances.

The Queen of Versailles aired in 2012.

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