An iconic personality, Tawny Kitaen died at her Newport Beach, California home. According to the information, she died at 8.a.m on 7th May. A 59-year-old rockstar appeared in several music videos for the rock group Whitesnake in the 1980s.
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What is the cause of Tawny Kitaen Death?
Well, the cause of the death is yet not confirmed. Wynter and Raine, her children issued a statement on their mother’s Instagram account, “We are heartbroken and saddened to announce the death of our mom. We just want to say thank you to all of you, her fans and her friends, for always showing her such support and love. You gave her life every day. We miss her and love her and we know her legacy will live on forever.”
Story of Tawny Kitaen
In the 1980s, she started her journey by appearing on the cover of back-to-back albums. One was the Metal Band RATT and the second one “Out Of The Cellar in 1984. After appearing in RATT’s back for a music video, she was the best-known appearance in Whitesnake’s 1987 smash “Here I Go Again” In this album, the talent was upfronted for car hood acrobatics. Three more albums that featured Kitaen, “Still of the Night,” “ Is This Love,” “The Deeper The Love”. In 1989, she married Whitesnake’s lead singer David Coverdale. In 1991, she got divorced.
She also participated in several reality shows including “The Surreal Life,” “Botched” and a season of VH1’s “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew,” the latter of which filmed in 2008.
In 1997, Kitaen got married to baseball player Chuck Finley. They had two daughters, Wynter and Raine.
Struggle she had faced!
Born in San Diego, she had struggled a lot throughout the way. In fact, she had several run-ins with the law when she was revealed on “Celebrity Rehab.” In 2006, she was also charged with cocaine possession. Moreover, in 2009, the case charged driving under the influence.