The principle season of Huge Brother US aired in July 2000, with Cassandra finishing sixth out of the ten housemates. According to reports, Cassandra Waldon has died.
Cassandra Waldon, the very first "Big Brother" contestant to enter the home on the primary season of the US model of the collection, sadly died on September 25 after sustaining accidents in a automotive accident that occurred in Rome.
According to TMZ, a funeral will be held next weekend in Waldon's home state of Maryland.
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According to Deadline, the former reality star passed away from a head injury she incurred in a auto accident in Rome, Italy two months ago. She supposedly never regained consciousness before her death. She was 56-years-old.
'Your light will continue to shine on this world attributable to the formula you lived your life: with class and grace. May your family and loved ones find solace and peace. Thanks for bringing your intelligence, heat and knowledge to the Massive Brother home Season 1. You are in my suggestions and in my prayers.
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Cassandra Waldon was employed by the United Nations and served as its Director of Communications for the International Fund for the Agricultural Department.
While working for the UN, Waldon was interviewed by a youth observer in 2016 who called her "an inspiration in many ways". She is the first former female Big Brother US star to pass away.
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