Bad Girls Club star Whitney Collings dead at 33 as star's mother mourns her death saying 'life is so unfair'
BAD Girls Club star Whitney Collings is dead at 33-years-old.
The reality star's mother mourned Whitney's death and said "life is so unfair."
Whitney's mom revealed the tragic news in a Facebook post.
She wrote: "I am completely broken and will never get over this. Life is so unfair. She was kind with a big heart."
The cause of Whitney's death has not yet been revealed, though sources told TMZ that she passed away on Thursday at a hospital near her hometown of Boston.
Whitney appeared on the third season of Bad Girls Club, which aired on Oxygen from 2006-2017.
The reality series followed a group of women that lived in the same house.
The intention of the show was to moderate the behaviors of the rebellious women, though the show was known for the verbal and physical fights that often broke out between the cast members.
Whitney was only 21-years-old when she appeared on the series.
She often spoke about her hometown during the show and noted that Boston played a big part in who she was.
Fans of Bad Girls Club will remember Whitney for being a straight shooter when it came to confrontation and for having a temper, though she often showed her playful side with her sense of humor.
Whitney's time on the show was cut short when she was kicked out of the house after becoming involved in a physical altercation.
While Whitney mostly stayed out of the spotlight since her time on the show, she spoke about the experience of filming Bad Girls Club in a 2009 interview with Reality Wanted.
When asked why she was kicked off the show, Whitney said: "Well we were all in Cancun, Mexico at a club and Leah got into an altercation with Amber.
"I tried to calm everyone down as we were leaving, when Amber came after me with a shoe. I got into it with her, but then stepped back and realized it wasn’t worth it.
"I tried to walk away when Amber started swinging at me. I ended up kicking her in the face and got kicked off."
After stating she was "mad and upset" by the altercation, Whitney revealed she was happy to be part of the show.
She said: "It was an opportunity of a lifetime. Good or bad, you just have to go with it. I would definitely do it again. I don’t have any regrets."
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