Adult Star Jessica Jaymes Has Found Dead at 43
Adult film star Jessica Jaymes has died at 43.
Jaymes was found unresponsive on September 17 by her business partner in her residence in North Hills, California. After she had been inactive on social media almost a week and was not responding to his messages, he went to check on her.
She was pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m. Her cause of death is unknown and remains under investigation. “The investigation into the cause and manner of death is ongoing and the autopsy is pending,” local police said in a statement. However, it is known that Jaymes had a history of seizures and other health complications.
Jaymes made her first appearance in adults films in 2002. Furthermore, several years after her debut, she founded her studio, Spizoo in 2008.
Apart from her career in adult film, Jessica is also known for her small role on Weeds and her appearances on The Howard Stern Show, VH1’s Celebrity Rehab Sober House and HBO’s Vivid Valley.
Spizoo, the production company she co-founded, tweeted: “She was the most kind and generous person you could ever meet, creative and energetic, real and honest, a true star.”
Other figures in the adult industry also paid tribute to the star.
Former Playboy model Jaclyn Taylor tweeted: “You always had a way of making people laugh, and your energy was electric.”
The adult performer Romi Rain wrote on Twitter: “I felt welcomed by her, motivated by her many successes and grateful for a friendly face.”
Rest easy beautiful. You were so kind and so generous, I’ll never forget you coming to take care of me after my rhinoplasty, you always had a way of making people laugh, and your energy was electric⚡️❤️🙏🏼 @jessicajaymes pic.twitter.com/jd2MHUJ9aL
— Jaclyn Taylor (@TheJaclynTaylor) September 18, 2019
Jessica Jaymes was one of the nicest big-name girls to me when I was new, and every time I’ve seen her after that. I felt welcomed by her, motivated by her many successes and grateful for a friendly face. I didn’t know her well, but I will definitely miss her energy.
— Romi Rain (@Romi_Rain) September 18, 2019
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