Adult-film actress Amber Rayne collapsed and died in her Los Angeles, Calif., home on Saturday. The 31-year-old porn star was pronounced dead just after 2 p.m., according to Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter.

The Coroner’s office said the actress was with a friend, and her death may have been caused by a drug overdose. However, officials will not know the exact cause of death until an autopsy and toxicology tests are completed.

Amber Rayne’s death was a shock

Porn star and director Stormy Daniels said Amber had suffered from several health issues and died peacefully at home.

Daniels was not only a colleague but was also a close personal friend to Rayne. Daniels learned of Amber’s death from the X-rated film star’s mother.

Stormy said she spoke with Amber by phone on Friday and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Rayne was on her way to the stable where her horse is kept and did not sound intoxicated or under the influence of any drugs, according to Daniels.

Disturbing experience with porn co-star

Last year, the adult actress accused fellow porn star James Deen of sexual assault and abusive behavior. During a 2006 movie filming, Amber claims Deen punched her in the face twice and subjected her to violent sex. Due to injuries, Rayne was unable to complete the sex scene and left the set to go to the hospital.

Deen has since denied the allegations and claimed the media blew the accusation out of proportion.

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Rayne was one of several other women who say the porn actor assaulted them.

She was the girl next-door

Despite her fame in the film industry, Amber still thought of herself as an “average, everyday girl.” She was born in Detroit, Michigan, but was raised in northern California. Stormy said the death of Amber had nothing to do with Deen or the allegations.

Amber Rayne, whose real name was Meghan Wren, appeared in more than 500 adult films during her 10-year career. The porn star earned several awards for her performances, including the XRCO Award for Unsung Siren and the AVN Award for Unsung Starlet of the Year.