'Bad Girls Club' Star Whitney Collings Dies at 33

She starred on the Oxygen network reality series in 2008 and appeared in the reunion special the following year.

Whitney Collings, who starred in season three of the Oxygen network reality television show Bad Girls Club, died Thursday at a hospital near her hometown of Boston, according to TMZ. She was 33.

Her death was revealed by her mother, Linda Houghton Collings, who wrote on Facebook, "I am completely broken and will never get over this. Life is so unfair. She was kind with a big heart." No cause of death was revealed.

At age 21, Collings starred in Bad Girls Club in 2008 and also appeared in the reunion special the following year. The show follows a group of women who consider themselves "bad girls" and move into a house together in Los Angeles, opening up to the cameras about their interpersonal relationships.

Among those who have posted about Collings, a friend wrote on Facebook, "I am completely heart broken. Whitney Collings we have so many fun memories together. Rest easy beautiful angel your with your dad now."

Her death comes after another Bad Girls Club star, Demitra Roche, died in July at 34.