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Adult Film Star’s Death: Cocaine and Fentanyl Overdose Confirmed

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  • Jesse Jane, a prominent adult film actress from the early 2000s, was found dead in January along with her boyfriend, Brett Hasenmueller. The cause of death has now been confirmed as an accidental overdose of cocaine and fentanyl.
  • Authorities were alerted to the situation when Hasenmueller’s employer reported he had not been to work for several days. Both bodies were found in their Oklahoma home during a welfare check.
  • Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, has been identified as a significant public health threat by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control and is increasingly contributing to deaths across the U.S., with numbers reaching 73,838 in 2022 according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

After months of speculation, the cause of death for well-known adult film actress Jesse Jane, has been revealed. The actress, whose real name is Cindy Taylor, was discovered dead in her Oklahoma home in late January alongside her boyfriend, Brett Hasenmueller. Initial reports suggested that the deaths were linked to a “drug-related” incident.

The couple’s demise was due to an accidental overdose of cocaine and fentanyl. The Office of Chief Medical Examiner for Oklahoma has also noted that Jane’s body was already decomposing when first responders arrived on scene.

The full autopsy report that details the tragedy is set to be released on July 17. The news of the cause of death comes after authorities were summoned to the couple’s home for a welfare check, prompted by the absence of Hasenmueller at work for several days.

Jesse Jane rose to prominence in the adult film industry during the early 2000s. She gained notable recognition for her role in the 2008 adult film, Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge. Beyond her adult film career, Jane also made appearances in mainstream movies and series such as Starsky & Hutch and HBO’s Entourage.

Reflecting on her career in 2018, she said,
“I got into adult film right at the perfect time, when adult film stars mattered. Adult film stars back then, they were big, glamorous. You walked into a room, you turned heads.”

“Everybody knew who you were because they actually had to buy your product or DVDs, everything. Adult films were so naughty, but everybody watched them.”

The deaths of Jane and Hasenmueller shine a spotlight on the growing fentanyl crisis in America. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control has labeled fentanyl “the biggest threat to public health and safety in the state.”

Nationally, the fentanyl crisis has escalated. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reported that deaths involving synthetic opioids, particularly fentanyl, soared to 73,838 in 2022. The CDC also reported in May that fentanyl-related deaths among young people have “more than doubled” since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

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  1. Captain Kublai

    July 13, 2024 at 6:33 pm

    The good die young. That comes from ages of wisdom. No?

  2. Joe

    July 13, 2024 at 7:52 pm

    This is not a drug, this is fkg poison, a weapon of mass destruction, with no 2nd chances. Why the hell, won’t u spineless, chickenshit, worthless, politicians do something about it, like close the dam border. Arrest this administration, and president for breaking all our immigration laws, endangering our national security, by letting know terrorists in, and all types of illegal criminals, that are killing Americans every day. The allow human traficing,fentinal to pour into our country, killing thousands, every day. China and Mexico to blame, and this gutless, corrupt, incompetent administration is doing nothing to slow all this down.

  3. Vetmike

    July 13, 2024 at 8:54 pm

    She chocked to death?

  4. Lou

    July 14, 2024 at 11:57 am

    When is death due to the consumption of illegal drugs considered suicide? Would not Russian roulette be suicide? Both are an acceptance of the probability of death.

  5. DeploraBill

    July 15, 2024 at 7:41 pm

    What the heck they talkin’ bout?! Fentanyl? Never heard of it!

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