Whitney Collings, a member of the “Bad Girls Club” cast, died of a fatal combination of alcohol and prescription drugs last December at the age of 33, according to TMZ’s death certificate.
The certificate lists the immediate cause of death as acute poisoning due to the combined effects of fentanyl, cocaine, alcohol and clonazepam – drugs known to cause severe reactions when mixed with alcohol. The manner of death was considered an accident.
Collings died Dec. 3 at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital in Boston. She was buried in Peabody, MA on December 10.
The mother of the real star confirmed the news on Facebook at that time, writing: “I am completely broken and I will never get over it. Life is so unfair. She was kind with a big heart. “
Collings appeared as a 21-year-old in season 3 of “BGC” in 2008-09. She was known as “The Straight Shooter” and celebrated her ties to Boston.
Prior to joining the show, he worked as a bartender in Boston and also studied biology and physics at the Salem State, The Boston Herald reported.
Collings told RealityWanted.com in 2009 that he had the opportunity after subscribing to a site. “I actually forgot to sign up but started receiving all these emails about different transmission opportunities. I noticed one about the bad girls and thought, “This sounds like a show for me” and sent a request. “
Collings said in an interview that she applied for the Bad Girls Club because she wanted to live in a luxury home in Los Angeles and “it was a good excuse to party.”
While the show was being filmed in Cancun, Mexico, Collings was involved in a quarrel at a club that took her off the show.
However, he claimed that most of the women were all close friends “talking daily”, he told The Boston Herald. I keep saying to people, ‘It’s a real TV show,’ implying that it was not all that TV viewers actually saw.
Collings said that if given the chance, he would do the show again. “I’m very happy,” Collings said. “It was a lifetime opportunity. Good or bad, you just have to follow it. I would definitely do it again. I have no regrets. “