Ashley Mattingly Wiki – Ashley Mattingly Bio
Ashley Mattingly is a former Playboy Playmate who was found dead at her home in Austin, Texas on Friday, April 17, according to TMZ. He was 33 years old. A friend called the Austin Police Department for a health checkup after Ashley was silent.
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Ashley Mattingly Age
She was 33 years old
Ashley Mattingly playboy’s Miss March 2011
Mattingly was Playboy’s Miss March in 2011. She has a history of drug and alcohol abuse. In 2016, she was charged with a DUI after driving her golf cart in four parked cars. According to TMZ, his BAC was measured at least% .20.
Ashley Mattingly Death & Cause
She was found dead at her home in Austin, Texas, on Friday, April 17, according to TMZ. Mattingly’s twin brother Billy Mattingly and sister Christy Mattingly Deweese told the media that before he killed himself on April 15, 2020,
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She left a suicide note. The former model was discovered unanswered at her home on Friday, April 17 by Austin police after receiving a call from a concerned friend for a wellness checkup.
Ashley Mattingly Ex-Boyfriend Lane Garrison
Ashley was the victim of domestic violence at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, Lane Garrison, an American actor best known for the role of David “Tweener” Apolskis on the television series Prison Break. Her ex-boyfriend was convicted of domestic assault in 2012. According to court documents … the former “Prison Break” star completed 52 sessions of AA and the aggressor program, served two months behind bars, and paid $ 2,500 in fines.
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Ashley Mattingly Positively As Per Her Family
While Mattingly was struggling during the current blockade amid the coronavirus, her family said she was doing her best to stay positive and that she had adopted a 9-month-old cub to fight loneliness. Your dog, Miss Jean, is now in the care of Mattingly’s family. Mattingly had updated his Facebook banner to show a photo with the text, “Social Distance Please,” on April 7. A day later, he posted a black and white photo of his quarantine at home, which Mattingly made as his new profile photo. A glance at his social media posts shows Mattingly was doing as well as anyone during the coronavirus. She shared photos while practicing social distancing on the beach and photos with her friends enjoying a day on a boat on the water.
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