She was wildly popular with her audience, on par with Jenna Jameson and Janine Lindemulder at the time. Surprisingly, for someone as in demand as she was, she only performed in eighteen films over three years; she retired from the adult industry in 2004, after her final film, Where the Boys Aren't 17, wrapped production. She began working as an escort in Hollywood, and claimed in a March 2005 National Enquirer interview that Charlie Sheen was among her clients and had paid her $15,000 for her services. Sheen, through his agent, disputed this, stating that he had not seen her since 1996; she responded by claiming he was trying to have her killed to keep his television contract intact. A month after the interview, two weeks before her 30th birthday, Jones died of liver failure from years of abusing Vicodin and other prescription drugs on June 4, 2005, leaving behind a husband and two children.
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