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Video Vixen Tawni Kitayan’s cause of death has come to the fore.

Kitayan, known for his roles in several music videos from the 80s, passed away on May 7. A spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in California confirmed to Granthshala News on Wednesday that the cause of Starr’s death was cardiomyopathy. The manner of death was governed naturally.


According to the spokesperson, other significant conditions include: mild coronary atherosclerosis; mirtazapine, mirtazapine metabolite, alprazolam, acetaminophen, pregabalin and hydrocodone.

Kitan was 59 when she died at her home in Newport Beach, California. His daughters, Winter and Rhine, first confirmed the death of their mother in May. Kitan’s Instagram account.

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“We want to say thank you to all of you, his fans and his friends for always showing so much support and love. You gave them your life everyday,” his statement read.

Tawi Kitan’s brother encourages the star to strengthen her faith before death: ‘She was no greater than herself’

Kitan was known as the sultry red-haired actress who appeared in rock music video During the heyday of MTV. She became the “video vixen” of the rock world after appearing on the covers of two albums by heavy metal band Rat and starring in several music videos for Whitesnake, including the 1987 smash song “Here I Go Again”. The video, which has been played frequently on the growing music television network, features Tanny performing a cartwheel on the hood of a Jaguar.

She also starred as fiancé in the character of Tom Hanks. 1984 comedy “Bachelor Party” and as Jerry Seinfeld’s girlfriend in a 1991 episode of “Seinfeld”.

Other TV credits included a stint as a co-host of “America’s Funniest People” and she appeared in the reality shows “The Unreal Life” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew”, in which she was exposed to substance abuse. Revealed his struggle with

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Just weeks after Kitten’s death, his younger brother, Jordan Kitten, spoke to Granthshala News about their tight bond and opened up about one of their last discussions before he passed away. He explained to the actress, who is known by her birth name Julie, was coping with the loss of her father, who died in April.

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Jordan shared with Granthshala News how he encouraged Tawny to get closer to her faith before she passed away.

“For me, my faith is central to who I am. I’ve always felt that I’ve always got through tough times. I’ve always felt it was a great way to have a more strong spiritual connection in Julie’s life.” Would be a big help,” Jordan said at the time.

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The personal life of the star was full of turmoil. She married Whitesnake singer David Coverdale in 1989, but the pair divorced two years later. She later married MLB pitcher Chuck Finlay in 1997, with whom she had two daughters. The marriage was rocky and it ended in 2002.

According to Variety, he had several run-ins with the law, including charges of possessing cocaine in 2006 and driving under the influence in 2009.

Jordan acknowledged that Tenney had sought recovery in the past for his struggles. Leading up to his death, he encouraged him to define “higher power”, a term used in Alcoholics Anonymous.

Tawny Kitan was the unforgettable star of rock music videos in the '80s.

“I told Julie she couldn’t do it on her own, neither of us could,” Jordan recalled. “She’s been healed before so she knew the concept of a higher power. I told her, ‘A thing with a higher power is great but give it some substance. You can have a closer relationship with her if you so choose’ Or you can reject it. And embrace the world and all its disappointments.'”

Jordan said the conversation was well received by her sister and she felt “really moving into that area.”

Tawny’s loved ones held a small celebration of her life in late May that included speeches from both of her daughters as well as a musical performance of “Let It Be” by Jordan’s 15-year-old son. One of the featured paintings behind Tony’s service program was a painting he did himself. Jordan said that his sister has many talents. In addition to her iconic dance, she was a “skilled artist”, he said.

Granthshala News’ Julius Young and