‘Bad Girls Club’ Star Whitney Collings Passes Away at 33
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Whitney Collings, who appeared on Season 3 of “Bad Girls Club,” has passed away at age 33.

On Friday, TMZ reported that Whitney’s mother Linda Houghton Collings announced the tragic news on Facebook.

“I am completely broken and will never get over this. Life is so unfair. She was kind with a big heart,” Linda wrote.

Per the outlet, the Oxygen personality died Thursday morning in a hospital near her hometown of Boston. However, the cause of death has not yet been publicly disclosed.

Collings appeared on the hit reality TV show in 2008 when she was 21 years old.

The Boston Herald adds that at this time, she was also studying biology and physics at Salem State University.

Throughout her season, she was nicknamed “The Straight Shooter” and frequently talked about being from Boston.

However, she was eventually kicked out of the house due to a physical altercation.

After news of Whitney’s passing went viral, “Bad Girls Club” Season 2 cast member Darlen Escobar paid tribute to Collings, writing on IG Story, “God has gained another beautiful sweet angel.”

Per Facebook user Christina Marie, Whitney’s father had also passed away.

“I am completely heart broken Whitney Collings we have so many fun memories together.. Rest easy beautiful angel your with your dad now..” Christina wrote.

Our condolences go out to Whitney’s friends and family for their loss.

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