How Did Lori Vallow’s Brother Alex Cox Die?

If there’s a constant throughout the mystery of Lori Vallow Daybell, it’s the presence of her older sister Alex Cox at every crucial moment, be it either positive or negative. As it turns out, as portrayed on the show Sins Of Our Mother’, Alex and Lori were close since the beginning; however, he also shared everything she believed in, including her extreme, neo-conservative and apocalyptic beliefs. Now, we’ve got your back if you’re just looking to know more about his personal history, his involvement in various deaths or offenses, and his final passing.

Who was Alex Cox?

Alexander “Alex” Lamar Cox was born the second child in a family of five (Lori was the fifth) to religious Mormons Janis Lee Cox and Barry Lynn Cox on January 18, 1968, in San Bernardino, California. “[Hewas] super hilarious,” his mother Janis acknowledged in the documentary series that spanned three parts. “He was always a stand-up comic,” and he did attempt to do it, but life had other plans. However, no matter what, his ferocity towards his sisters was never a thing to be questioned, and he was prepared to become violent within the flash of an eye if he thought that he was protecting her honor.

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This is also evident in the fact that he tasered Lori’s husband’s third, Joseph “Joe” Ryan, in 2007 and threatened to murder the man in 2007 when he discovered that he had been abusive to her and her children. According to official records, Alex was sentenced to 90 days in the Austin, Texas, prison after they pleaded guilty to assault. However, this isn’t something he’s previously apologized for or regretted. According to the Netflix original, the actor even incorporated the incident into a stand-up comedy. The show’s opening line reads, “have you ever [donesomething you believed was right to do, only it was later discovered… to be] a crime?”

This is why it’s not surprising that Alex assaulted Lori Charles Vallow’s fourth spouse as well once he discovered a conflict between them. However, in this instance, the attack ended in him being shot dead. As he was not originally accused due to his claim of self-defense, and Lori is now being investigated for an indictment for conspiracy to commit murder indictment and has her brother named, the exact details of the details of what transpired remain undetermined. It is also important to note that the court documents explicitly indicate Alex as the masked man who tried to shoot Lori’s girlfriend’s initial wife, Tammy Daybelll, with an air gun on the night of October 9 on October 9, 2019.

How Did Alex Cox Die?

According to what we know, Alex was rushed to the Banner Gateway Hospital in Gilbert, Arizona, on December 12, 2019, after being found breathless on his bathroom floor. The vomit that was leaking out of his 51-year-old mouth, however, even professionals with training could not perform any action until they arrived at the hospital, and he was declared dead. His wife of two 12 weeks, Zulema Pastenes (whose last name he’d chosen), was able to tell officials that they’d noticed a serious problem in his health since December 6, but he could not seek medical care.

In the end, Zulema said, according to East Idaho News, Alex drove to Mexico to purchase prescription medications because they were less expensive but was then plagued by breath problems. All of it ended on the fateful Thursday, but one of the benefits was that he’d received the priesthood ceremony (reportedly by the bell of his Chad Daybell) over the phone the day he died. According to the autopsy report, Alex passed away from entirely natural causes – blood clots surrounding his lungs and hypertension.

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It’s important to know that, even though Alex couldn’t be extensively probed in connection with the disappearance of his niece Tylee Ryan and his niece JJ Vallow”s disappearance and disappearance, his electronics helped greatly. The cell phone’s location led him to the backyard of the Daybell for more than two hours on September 9, 2019, which was the same day that the 16-year-old Tylee had last been seen alive, prompting authorities to investigate the area. This is exactly where her 7-year-old brother’s bone-marrow remains were discovered. However, Alex can obviously not be indicted formally for his involvement in the case.

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