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US Actress Naya Rivera‘s Sister, Nickayia, addressed reports that she’s moved into a home with Josey and Ryan Dorsey following her sister’s accidental drowning in July. Naya Rivera’s sister, Nickayla Rivera, is asking for “compassion” following a report that claimed she and her sister’s ex-husband, Ryan Dorsey, have moved into a new home together. Mikayla seemingly responded to the report about her and Dorsey living together. She shared a message in her Instagram Story about the darkest theme in her life and showing compassion.

On September 6, Nickayla helped Dorsey moved his belongings from his last home in North Hills to a $5,000 a month rental home 30 minutes away, where the 2 are allegedly living together in one picture, Dorsey stripped of this black t-shirt and showed off his six-pack abs.

On September, 19 the two were seen at a target local store. Dorsey was pushing the shopping cart and Nickayla was jokingly pushing him away with her shoulder while they were checking the grocery item. Those who saw them told the outlet that they looked comfortable with each other and were fooling around and chatting to lift each other’s points.

The grieving stars reportedly live in a rented 3bedroom house that is located 30 minutes away from Ryan’s previous home in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles and have been raising Josey with the help of Ryan’s parents. The dating dad was spotted moving his belongings from his last home to the new with Nickayla at the beginning of this month, the outlet further reported and they have been seen on another shopping outing together.

it’s been over 2 months since Naya accidentally drowned while swimming with her son at a California lake on July 8. According to an investigation and autopsy report, the actress saved her son in her final moments, with Josey telling authorities that she pushed him back onto the boat before disappearing in the water. The Glee star laid to rest in a private funeral attended by her family at Forest Lawn Memorial Park cemetery in Hollywood ills, Calif, on July 24.