Cassandra Lynn Hensley Found Dead at 34 - Autopsy Performed, Cause of Death?
Playboy playmate Cassandra Lynn Hensley was found dead this week at age 34 and an autopsy was performed.
The late model was Playboy's Miss February in 2006 and the cause of death will be revealed by authorities.
A leak to TMZ gives a hint of what may have happened on the night before she died.
According to the TMZ report, law enforcement sources have found that "Cassandra Lynn had indulged in large amounts of cocaine and booze" the night before she died.
Sources familiar with the investigation told the website that Cassandra had flown to L.A. on January 14 and was the guest of a celebrity photographer," and wasn't feeling all that well when she arrived back in Southern California.
However - the report says she still went on with her day - first going to a fitting with the photographer, and then heading to a party later.
The party wrapped up early (11 pm), however TMZ reveals that the next morning Cassandra was discovered in the bathtub with the water running and the photographer who was with her called authorities for help and "pulled her out and attempted in vain to resuscitate her."
More on the TMZ report here.
The New York Daily News reveals Hensley grew up in the small town of Ferron, Utah, and moved to California at age 18.
The report adds that she lived in the Playboy Mansion with magazine publisher Hugh Hefner around the time she was named Miss February.
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