Cassandra Lynn wasn’t just sexy Miss February 2007: the Playmate was also a young mom. Cassandra’s friend and fellow Playmate, Tina Jordan, spoke out after learning of her tragic Jan. 15 death, revealing that their daughters always would hang out together and laugh.
Cassandra Lynn Hensley leaves behind a young daughter after she was found dead in a bathtub of a friend’s home on Jan. 15. Fellow Playboy playmate Tina Jordan spoke fondly of Cassandra when she learned of her tragic passing at age 34, calling her a great mother who was always “trying to do her best” for her family. Tina also revealed that her and Cassandra’s daughter played together and were friends.
Cassandra Lynn’s Daughter: Playmate Dedicated To Family, Says Tina Jordan
Cassandra’s friend and fellow Playmate revealed that Cassandra’s family was so important to her.
“Cassandra Lynn was very dear friend of mine,” Tina told TabRag in a statement after learning of her passing. “Our daughters used to play together and carve pumpkins together. She was a great mom and I knew she was trying to do her best.”
“I could always tell something was bothering her inside and not quite sure if I could ever pinpoint what it was,” Tina elaborated. “But there are times when I felt she was hurting inside….. And I did my best whenever I could to always be there for her.” No foul play was suspected by police in Cassandra’s death, but Tina’s words are so eerie under the circumstances.
Cassandra Lynn Hensley: Family Helped Her Find ‘Happiness & Peace’
Tina credits Cassandra’s family for keeping her going through the pain. “When she moved and got married, I actually thought maybe she found happiness and peace,” Tina told TabRag. “Gregg treated her amazing, and their kids.”
Tina mourns the loss of a great friend. “I am so saddened by this. She was fun to be around,” she said. “You could never have a boring or normal time. She was always up to something. She will be deeply missed. I hope and pray that she’s now at peace and her family knows that she was very loved.”
Our thoughts are with Cassandra’s family at this difficult time.
— Kristine Hope Kowalski