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UPDATED: 8:22 A.M. ET, September 29, 2020 —

Ryan Dorsey, ex-husband to late actress Naya Rivera is obviously still overcome with grief after her passing and he’s been spending all of his time with Riviera’s little sister, Nickayla Rivera, even moving in with her. According to The Daily Mail, Dorsey and Nickayla Rivera are cohabitating with Naya’s 4-year-old son Josey in a brand new home together.

The Daily Mail reported and provided flicks of Nickayla helping Ryan begin moving his belongings from his previous home in North Hills, in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, to a new rented home where the pair are both living 30 minutes away on September 6th.

Also this month, a witness spotted the pair holding hands in an LA area Target store, snapping a photo of them — you can see that photo here. The same source provided this tidbit with the holding hand’s photo:

‘They seem really comfortable together and are obviously helping each other through a very difficult period in both their lives,’ said an eye witness who spotted the pair in Target. ‘They were fooling around and chatting the whole time. They’re obviously helping lift each other’s spirits.’

Nickayla Rivera is a 25-year-old Instagram influencer and model. She appeared to be close with her sister, who was 8 years her senior when she passed. Nikayla shared photos with her sister to her IG account before and after her tragic accidental death.

Naya and Ryan welcomed their son Josey in 2015 and divorced in 2018.

Shortly after the suspicious photo emerged, Nickayla took to her Instagram and revealed that she is trying to show up and support her 5-year-old nephew Josey during this difficult time:

“In the darkest time of my life, the only thing that is important is my friends & family. Showing up for my nephew even though I can’t show up for myself.”  The model continued, “I’m not concerned with the ways things look because no one can see each agonizing moment we all endure.”

What matters most I’ve learned, is to show compassion, not to judge others, and never take a moment for granted,” she continued. “I hope you all can do the same.”



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