Who was Cameron Perrelli?
Cameron Perrelli was a New York City woman who was working as a client associate at a New York City investment firm. She reportedly plunged to her death while attending a rooftop birthday party. The incident took place at New York’s East Village, police said on Sunday, May 23.
A 24-year-old woman plunged to her death during a rooftop party in the East Village.
Cameron Perrelli lost her footing near the ledge and fell off, cops said. She had just started her career at a New York City investment firm https://t.co/jZXK0gO06E
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 24, 2021
How old is Cameron Perrelli?
Cameron Perrelli was 24 years old at the time of death.
Cameron Perrelli Obituary
Perrelli worked as a client associate with Third Bridge Group Limited, according to her LinkedIn page. She previously worked as an analyst for the same company. She moved to New York City in 2019 to work at the finance company Third Bridge Group. She had a degree in business administration and management from the University of Florida. She also had a degree in advertising.
Her LinkedIn page says she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority and the University of Florida Ad Society.
Michael Perrelli, Cameron’s uncle, described her as “not the daredevil type”. He also said that she used to drink within limits. He said, “She was living a good life. She wasn’t a big partier. It’s just sad, because that girl just had her whole life starting, you know? She was a good kid. She was a really good kid.”
Third Bridge Group Limited
“Third Bridge was founded on the belief that human insights drive intelligent investment decisions. To make the right investment decisions, our clients require access to the most relevant experts and their insights,” she wrote.
Before that, she worked as a marketing coordinator for AMG Naturally in Fairfield, Connecticut, as a community assistant for Union Properties of Gainesville, and as a tutor for Friends of Micanopy Library Tutoring.
Cameron Perrelli Facebook
Cameron’s Facebook page was filled with photos of her dressed up and out with friends. Her top visible post came in March, 2021, when she shared a picture with a friend and wrote, “Lucky to call you my best friend 🤍”
Cameron Perrelli Instagram
She had an Instagram page, but it was private.
Cameron Perrelli Death
Her shocking death has left her family devastated, who reportedly have heard different accounts of how she died.
Cameron’s father Louis Perrelli said, “It’s not like her to be a risk-taker. She’s not one to take those risks. I don’t get it. We don’t really know a lot. We got three stories — that she was jumping from one building to the next, and we heard that she was walking on an air-conditioning vent, and then somebody just said she slipped. Don’t they have a fence on top of the building? They allow parties?”
Louis stated, “Oh my God, Cameron was an angel. She’s very mature, quiet, lovely. She was perfect…”
“She was always the designated driver, the good person, the peacemaker. She was an angel — that good.” He also mentioned that Cameron loved to go to the gym and was a follower of hockey since childhood. She also had a nice circle of friends who would visit her on weekends.”
“Though Cameron was basically from Connecticut, she always wanted to be in New York. Her father said she had some attraction towards the city after visiting it with him during business trips. The father-daughter duo also used to go to Rangers and Yankees games together.”
“Her heart definitely belonged to New York, that’s for sure,” Louis added.
How did Cameron Perrelli die?
According to Daily Mail, the incident took place around 3 am on Saturday, May 22, during a party on the top of an apartment building on Avenue A near the corner of East 12th St when Cameron tried to cross to an adjacent building and lost her balance near the ledge and fell off.
After the accident, she was rushed to Bellevue Hospital but she did not survive.
According to ABC 7, there have been other reports of rooftop parties leading to trouble. People have been known to “jump from rooftop to rooftop during the gatherings,” the television station reported, and now some officials want to crack down on them.
NYC Councilmember Carlina Rivera is going to introduce two bills to address the situation.
A probe into the case is in progress.