Kate Quigley, Victim Of Venice, Calif. Drug OD That Claimed Comedian Fuquan Johnson, Speaks Out For First Time

Quigley concluded her posts with a promise to speak more in the future.
“He was hilarious, supportive, and incredibly authentic with the most infectious spirit. I will miss them.” They each made an indelible mark on my life and the lives of their loved ones. Rico was always filled with enthusiasm & Natalie was so kind and endearing. She continued, "Fu was a generous, loving soul,” she wrote.
“I feel overwhelmed by the outpouring of kind messages and am incredibly grateful to be surrounded by a strong community of friends, family, colleagues, and fans who have offered their support during this time; and to the team of paramedics, nurses, and doctors who saved my life,” she wrote. “I am still shocked & devastated by the loss of my friends Fu, Rico, and Natalie. Words cannot describe the pain I am feeling & I will be changed forever by their passings.”
We are optimistic that she will recover (tho it won’t be quick),” her mother, Fran Wyles, wrote in a Facebook post. Kate is stable. “Thank you everyone for your prayers and positivity. She still isn’t lucid for more than a moment at a time.
“Hi guys. Mean this from the bottom of my heart,” Quigley wrote on Twitter and Instagram posts. Upon being released from the hospital, I've finally had the time & clarity to put my feelings on paper.
PREVIOUSLY: Fuquan Johnson, a writer for the TV series Comedy Parlour Live, has died along with two other unidentified victims after apparently overdosing on fentanyl-laced cocaine at a Venice, Calif. party on Friday.
The synthetic painkiller Fentanyl has been showing up on the party circuit of both coasts in the US. The powerful drug has been implicated in the deaths of Prince, Mac Miller and Tom Petty, among others.
Johnson was 42 and a frequent performer on the Los Angeles comedy circuit. Quigley has appeared in The Office, the fan film project Star Trek: Hidden Frontier, and the TV mini-series Guber.
Comedian Kate Quigley, the other victim of the laced drug, is still alive but said to be lucid only for brief moments, according to her mom.
UPDATED, 4:01 PM: Police have identified comedians Ricky Angeli and Natalie Williamson as the other two victims who died at a Venice, CA, house party over the weekend.
The other victims were not identified pending a medical examiner's report.
Police have not given details on who supplied the drugs or whether others may have been affected at the party.” />
“There are so many more things i want to say, but I’m not ready,” she said. “When I am, I will. And please don’t take life for granted. Stay safe. I did, and I never will again.” Until then, all I can say is: Tell your people that you love them every day.
They, along with comedian and television writer Fuquan Johnson, are believed to have ingested cocaine laced with the powerful painkiller fentanyl.
At least three others were hospitalized in serious condition. Kate Quigley, a comedian and the ex-girlfriend of Darius Rucker, was in a Los Angeles hospital. TMZ reported that two other victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
12:  Comedian Kate Quigley has spoken for the first time following her recovery from ingesting fentanyl-laced cocaine that claimed three friends. UPDATE, SUNDAY, SEPT.

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