Tragic news to come out of the Playboy world today, as it’s being reported that Playmate Cassandra Lynn Hensley was found dead at the age of 34.
At the time of her death, Hensley was found in the bathroom at a friend’s Los Angeles home on Wednesday.
According to TMZ the police are still looking into the cause of the Playmate’s death, and as of right now law enforcement dropped hints to the site that her cause of death may be ruled as an overdose. At the moment there’s no word on whether or not the possible overdose was due to prescription pills or due to illegal substances. As of right now there’s no foul play that’s suspected in the case of Cassandra Lynn Hensley’s death.
Cassandra Lynn Hensley skyrocketed to mediocre fame after she appeared in Playboy magazine as Miss February in 2006. The Playmate decided to take up a modeling career while simultaneously pursuing a career as an aesthetician.
As a resident of Utah’s Salt Lake Valley, one of Hensley’s accomplishments was placing in a Top 20 Hawaiian Tropic contest, which lead to her trying out for Playboy. When Cassandra made it into the magazine she stated, “I’m happy to be a Playmate,” and called it “a dream come true.”
This past December Hensley gave an interview with Metnights on how life goes on after Playboy. Hensley who seemed to be in positive spirits said:
“Yes, there is life after Playboy, I have been a part of many great experiences: travel shows, magazine covers, and of course giving advice to young impressionable girls who think they need to act a certain way for a chance to be a model.”
Eerily enough her horoscope updated on her Twitter today with the following tweet:
“Unspoken obligations prevent you from doing what you wish today… No matter what you do now, you might not feel completely fulfilled. Working harder isn’t the answer, but neither is escape.”
Stay tuned for more details on this tragic story as news about Cassandra Lynn Hensley’s death unfolds.