Julia Louis-Dreyfus opens up about her sister’s death for first time: ‘It was out of the blue’

“Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus opened up for the first time about her younger sister’s death in a magazine interview.

Louis-Dreyfus, 57, spoke to the New Yorker about her hit HBO series, her breast cancer diagnosis and her sister, Emma, who died in August.

Emma died on a camping trip from a fatal seizure, according to authorities. Louis-Dreyfus told the magazine "it was out of the blue."

The Emmy Award-winning star’s sister was found to have “alcohol and cocaine in her system.” The actress dispelled rumors that she and her sister were estranged before her death.

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“Given the fact that that heinous s--t came out, I would simply say I’ve kept this under wraps out of reverence for my dearest Emma,” Louis-Dreyfus said.

“It’s been a very bad period of time,” she continued.

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In 2016, the actress had another loss in her family, her father. She honored him at the 2016 Emmy Awards saying her father’s opinion “was the one that really mattered.” A year later, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Louis-Dreyfus is in remission and focusing on the last season of “Veep” which is slated to return for its final season next spring.