Cassandra Waldon, The First Ever ‘Big Brother’ Contestant, Passes Away At 56

Cassandra Waldon, The First Ever ‘Big Brother’ Contestant, Passes Away At 56

Cassandra Waldon, The First Ever ‘Big Brother’ Contestant, Passes Away At 56

Former Big Brother contestant Cassandra Waldon died on September 25. The truth star, who appeared on the primary season of the favored US model of the collection in 2000, reportedly suffered from a head harm on account of the accident and by no means regained consciousness. Your light will continue to shine in this world because of the way you lived your life: "with class and grace", Chen wrote in the caption of the heartfelt Instagram post featuring photos of Waldon. Would possibly perchance most probably well also fair your loved ones and cherished ones to find solace and peace. You are in my suggestions and in my prayers. Might God Bless your soul.

As soon as information received out about Cassandra's tragic dying, social media posts about her began showing on-line, together with an emotional one from Massive Brother host Julie Chen, 49.

Cassandra finished 6th place on the show. Her funeral will be held in her hometown of Maryland next weekend.

The principle season of Huge Brother US aired in July 2000, with Cassandra finishing sixth out of the ten housemates.

The Johns Hopkins grad - who was 56 - was living and working in Italy as communications director for the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a United Nations agency. "I have a lot of friends who are very supportive of me in my life, and I'm going to miss them". She is the first former female Big Brother US star to pass away.

Our thoughts are with Cassandra's family and friends during this hard time.

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