The ex-female wrestler of the WWE met her end by what police believe to be an overdose of narcotics. She was a star in wrestling and that led to some very good Playboy shoot opportunities. And ofcourse, when the checks were getting low, her brief stint into the adult film industry.
I personally think it's shame that NO ONE in the entertainment industry helped her to plan ahead. Talk her through Not Being in the Spotlight. Life After Fame.
What are your opinions?
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What happened to Chyna was sad, but not unusual for women who make a living out of their beauty and trade on that to gain celebrity.
There comes an age when women hit what is called 'the wall'. That is the age at which their looks begin to fade and the opportunities to make money begin to evaporate.
Some women do not deal well with this. Think Anna Nicole Smith and, possibly, Marilyn Monroe, although I think that a compelling argument can be presented that Marilyn was murdered by the Secret Service on the orders of Robert Kennedy.
One of the saddest cases was actress Veronica Lake, upon whom the main female character in Roger Rabbit was modelled. She died almost destitute, in a trailer park, delivering pizzas to earn some money.
Re hitting the wall, see: