When I saw this flash up on my yahoo screen I was just stunned and FLOORED by this. OMG OMG OMG!!!!
http://omg.yahoo.com/news/coroner-britt … 2/32963?nc
I think because of her age...she was only 32 years old...wow
My reaction was well that thinks, she was young but it didnt floor me. Im just curious.
kind of scares me though when the young ones start going..I means shoot i'm only 26...Guess I'm next
I guess my views are different. I work in a nursing home and see death daily so it dont come as a shock to me but it is sad when there young.
You would think with her money a doctor would have noticed if she had a heart problem.
yea right you would think..unless...she didn't go to the doctors all the time.
She looked mighty thin to me in her picture. Eating disorder, drugs? Just a thought. A friend of mine died like that many years ago, I was shocked as he was the same age as me then, 31. He died from cocaine induced cardiac arrest. I never even knew he did that shiiit!
I'm going to miss her she was good.
ralwus- your right she was way to skinny and I wondered for years.
Wow is right. Very unexpected. So young and recently married too - very sad. Does anyone know cause of death? Do they suspect foul play? I noticed it only said that they were opening up an investigation. Any updates yet?
Drugs! Cocaine probably,constricts the muscles and arteries around the heart and poof, cancel Christmas!
I was pretty surprised to read about her death on MSN, because it's that thing where if someone looks like Michael Jackson did we're not surprised to hear he'd died.. (I predicted his death for years.) She was so normal and healthy looking. She just didn't give off the "about to drop dead from drugs look" that other people often give off. (I'm not saying it was drugs - only that she didn't look like the "standard" out-of-control "drug person".)
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