Whitney Collings, who beforehand starred on Dangerous Women Membership, has died. She was 33.
The fact star’s mom introduced the information through Fb. “I’m fully damaged and can by no means recover from this,” she wrote. “Life is so unfair. She was sort with an enormous coronary heart.”
TMZ reported on Friday, December 4, that Collings died in a hospital close to her hometown of Boston on Thursday, December 3. Her explanation for loss of life is unknown, however a health worker is working to find out the way and motive.
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The TV persona appeared on season 3 of Dangerous Women Membership, which aired on Oxygen from December 2008 to March 2009. She was 21 on the time of filming and nicknamed “The Straight Shooter” throughout her stint on the fact present.
Collings was removed from the series after an altercation with costar Amber “Cookie” Meade throughout a trip in Cancun, Mexico. “Now, the primary rule of Dangerous Women isn’t any violence, no hitting,” a producer advised her after the struggle. “We’ve watched every little thing that occurred final evening. There was hair pulling, but it surely was the kick that crossed the road.”
“When this kind of violence seems, it’s fairly apparent what must occur,” a second producer mentioned earlier than the primary chimed in once more, “Whitney, pack your belongings right here, depart the nation and leave the show.”
Collings tried to argue her means out of removing. “There’s nothing that we’re gonna do about it? You’re simply gonna ship me residence?” she requested, to which the producers replied that she was the “fundamental wrongdoer” within the altercation.
“I don’t give a f—okay. Let’s go, let’s roll,” she declared earlier than exiting the show.
Collings didn’t seem on another actuality collection after her time on Dangerous Women Membership. She stored a low profile on social media too, however her Fb profile signifies she was a senior gross sales government dwelling in Florida previous to her loss of life.
Dangerous Women Membership premiered in 2006 and has run for 17 seasons. The newest season aired in 2017, with Oxygen’s shift to a real crime community leaving the present’s future hanging within the stability.
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