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Playboy Playmate Cassandra Lynn dead at 34 of possible OD

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Playboy Playmate Cassandra Lynn Hensley has reportedly died at age 34 and was apparently found floating in a bathtub at a friend’s home, Fox News reported on Jan. 16.

The Playboy Playmate’s death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose, it said.

Details of the Playboy Playmate’s death are still sketchy. According to celebrity news site TMZ, Cassandra Lynn was found dead in the tub at her friend’s home in Los Angeles on Wednesday. TMZ, citing anonymous law enforcement sources, said that the Playboy Playmate’s death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose. It said foul play is not suspected in Cassandra Lynn’s death.

Cassandra Lynn was Playboy’s Miss February 2006.

According to the Cassandra Lynn profile on the Playboy website, she was born and raised in the Salt Lake Valley in Utah, where she was on the diving team. The Playboy Playmate said that friends called her Butterfly because she has butterfly tattoos all over her body.

According to the Playboy profile, Cassandra Lynn moved to Newport Beach, Calif., when she was 18, and eventually opened a tanning salon and started modeling. Cassandra Lynn’s first audition for Playboy didn’t go well, but she tried again and soon became Miss February 2006, shooting her Playboy centerfold spot at Studio West.

Cassandra Lynn was active on Twitter, under the handle Missfeb06.

See a full list of the Playboy Playmates of the Month here.



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