As shocking as it may seem, Casey Johnson did not kill herself in order to get away from Tila Tequila.
Instead, the Los Angeles coroner has confirmed that the heiress died of natural causes. He specifically cited "diabetic ketoacidosis" (a condition caused by a shortage of insulin) as the cause of death.
The daughter of the Johnson & Johnson founder, who suffered from severe diabetes since her youth, was found dead on January 4.
Police reportedly discovered hypodermic needles in her home and suspect Casey partied the night before she died, neglecting to take her insulin.
Since then, Tequila and Courtenay Semel have given numerous interviews, clearly exploiting Johnson's death and even publicizing a sex tape she made years ago. It's been utterly shamless on their part.