Film and television icon Zsa Zsa Gabor has died. Gabor, just weeks away from her 100th birthday, died Sunday afternoon after suffering a fatal heart attack.

Hollywood socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor's suffering over

TMZ reported that Gabor was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead. The actress had been in failing health for several years and has stayed out of the public eye for nearly a decade. Zsa Zsa, who was considered one tough cookie when it came to surviving her many health issues over the years had been written by news outlets to have been on death's door many times.

She was a true fighter to the end.

In 2011, Zsa Zsa's health declined after her right leg was partially amputated due to a severe infection. Gabor last made headline news in November after it was revealed that her current (and ninth) husband Prince Fredric von Anhalt was once again accused of exploiting the bedridden socialite by making a lucrative deal with Europe's O.K. fashion magazine.

The deal allowed a professional stylist to enter Gabor's home and go through her wardrobe, picking out many priceless gowns for models to wear while photographed throughout Gabor's Bel Air mansion.

Something that many believed would not have been permitted by Gabor herself, so the deal was made without her consent, or knowledge.

Gabor is best remembered for her long acting career, but also for her famous love life. Zsa Zsa was well known for always stating in her interviews just how much she loved men. So much so that throughout her lifetime she was married nine times, divorced seven, and annulled once.One of the greatest things about the legend was her honesty, she never worried what others thought of her extensive love life or her glamorous Hollywood lifestyle.

Gabor famously told everyone she encountered about her love for men, and how they had also always seemed captivated with her as well. Once describing her favorite type of men, the actress stated she had always preferred males who are strong, rugged, and well educated, She wanted a man who had been taught how to treat a woman properly.

Fans remember Gabor on the big screen in hits such as "Moulin Rouge," "Touch of Evil," and "Naked Gun 21/2," as well as numerous television guest spots on "Gilligan's Island," "Bonanza," and "My Three Sons" just to name a few.

The news remembers the fabulous and famous Gabor sisters as mostly socialites, but often joked about how they were famous for nothing.

Zsa Zsa Gabor is survived by her husband Prince von Anhalt, and preceded in death by her only child, daughter Francesca, who passed away in 2015.

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