Loved ones will officially say goodbye to Gia Allemand on Thursday.
Her family has released a statement confirming The Bachelor star's funeral has been set for Aug. 22.
The service will be held at Trinity Grace Church in the Chelsea area of NYC. It will be preceded by visitation on Wednesday from 2 - 5 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. at the Papavero Funeral Home in her hometown of Queens, N.Y.
"After much consideration by family members to privacy and capacity issues, both days will be open with the intention to welcome family and friends from near and far," the family writes. "Absolutely no cameras or cell phones will be permitted inside. All arrangements have been made by family in an effort to honor Gia the best way they know how. Representation for Gia Allemand and Ryan Anderson are operating in a support and communications capacity and not involved in the planning of funeral arrangements."
Today marks one week since Gia, 29, allegedly attempted suicide and was found hanging in her home in Nashville by her NBA-player boyfriend, Ryan. In the released 911 call, he was administering CPR and trying to keep her alive until the paramedics arrived on scene. On Wednesday, Aug. 14, she was taken off life support at the hospital.
“I am deeply grateful for all the love and support we have received from family, friends and fans,” Ryan, 25, said in a statement. “Gia was the most beautiful person I knew inside and out and she always smiled and made everyone else around her smile.”
Last week, Donna Micheletti, Gia's mother, opened up on her daughter's death.
"After the funeral, I do intend to speak about my daughter's life and death, and will do so in an open disclosure way with a trusted media source. Thank you for all those truly concerned and God bless."
Donna has set up an obituary with all the information online, which reads, "Loving girlfriend 'Petrie' of Ryan "Snuggy" Anderson, beloved daughter and little princess of Donna Micheletti and stepdaughter of Tony Micheletti, loving sister of Dylan and Erick, most cherished granddaughter of Marie (Nonna) Coltrinari, devoted Godchild of Fred and Annemarie Coltrinari, dear cousin of Brian, Ellen, Kevin and Julie, and also survived by her dear dog Bentley."
She also included a video tribute. Click here to view it.
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