Friday, February 5, 2010


Posted by: Roxxanne Roxxanne

Yesterday the Los Angeles County Department of the Coroner released some information surrounding (a complete autopsy report will be released sometime this month) the cause of death of Johnson & Johnson heiress, Casey Johnson.

The coroner concluded that Casey died of diabetic ketoacidosis. Casey was reportedly a diabetic. According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetic ketoacidosis occurs when ketones, which are produced when your body starts burning fat for energy instead of glucose, reach dangerously high levels. This can lead to diabetic coma or death.

Casey is survived by her three-year-old adopted daughter Ava-Monroe (who has been in the custody of Casey’s mother Sale Johnson prior to Casey’s death) and her thirsty lame ass alleged fiancĂ© Tila Tequila.

1 comment:

  1. I first read about this at Casey Johnson’s Death Linked to Diabetes only thing I can say is what a waste, at least she had live her life no matter how brief to the fullest. My condolense to the Johnson's family