Playboy magazine's Miss February 2006 Cassandra Lynn Hensley is dead at the age of 34.
The L.A. coroner's office confirmed to E! News that a friend found the model unresponsive in a bathtub on Wednesday, Jan. 15.
The friend performed CPR while the paramedics responded. Unfortunately they were unable to revive Hensley and she was pronounced dead.
A representative for Hensley's family told E! News in a statement: "It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of Cassandra Hensley's passing from a tragic and accidental overdose. We are all very grateful for the outpouring of support from friends, family, and fans. During this time, we ask for respect and privacy as arrangements are made to celebrate the life of a wonderful and loving mother, wife and friend."
But this wasn't the only story that had people talking, check out our other big stories of the week.
Jonah Hill Earned $60,000 for Role in The Wolf of Wall Street: Jonah Hill revealed a bit of surprising news this week about taking the role of stockbroker Donnie Azoff in The Wolf of Wall Street and how much he earned to star in the film.
While being interviewed by Howard Stern during his radio show on Tuesday, Jan. 21, the 30-year-old actor admitted he made $60,000 and was willing to work for the SAG minimum in order to collaborate with director Martin Scorsese.
Hill also told Stern he couldn't sign his contract fast enough because he was so afraid they would change their minds and hire someone else.
But of course, that didn't happen. And now, Hill finds himself nominated for an Academy Award for his performance opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.
The E! reality star flaunted major cleavage in a Stéphane Rolland silver jumpsuit, a Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker and Gianvito Rossi heels—but it wasn't the silver ensemble that caught everyone's attention.
The 33-year-old's jumpsuit opened up in the front during her stroll, revealing her nude bra. Wardrobe malfunction alert!
Snorting Smarties: Get ready for this latest trend that's popular with kids these days. Apparently they are crushing up Smarties (the sugary candies) and snorting and/or smoking the powder. And apparently it's not a new thing, because if you search "snorting smarties" on YouTube, there are videos from years ago showing kids inhaling the candy just for kicks.
The fellow pop stars and former Disney Channel princesses drifted apart around 2010, the same year Lovato entered rehab. Gomez opens up about their friendship in the March 2014 issue of Seventeen magazine and credits Lovato's willingness to share her personal struggles with the public as the inspiration she needed to reconnect with her old friend.
"Demi's very, very strong," the "Come and Get It" singer tells the mag. "She's the only person that I would tell the deepest, darkest secrets to. The only person."