Amber Rayne, Adult Film Star Who Accused James Deen of Sexual Assault, Dead at 31

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Adult film star Amber Rayne has died, ET can confirm.

Rayne, whose real name is Meghan Wren, was pronounced dead at her Los Angeles home on Saturday at around 3:16 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Coroner's Office. Rayne's friend was with her when she collapsed, and her death is being reported as a possible overdose with the possibility of alcohol and drugs being involved. Her autopsy is pending toxicology tests.

She was 31 years old.

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Rayne retired from the industry in 2015 after a decade, and acquired 500 credits over the course of her career, according to the Adult Video Network.

Last year, Rayne was one of 10 women to accuse male porn star James Deen of sexual assault. In December 2015, she alleged that Deen punched her in the face while filming a movie a few years ago, and that the rough nature of the scene caused her to "bleed everywhere." According to her account, Rayne said she was bleeding so much, she was unable to continue.

"I've gotten to know him on many different levels," Rayne told the Daily Beast about remaining in contact with him, and even filming another movie together after the alleged incident. “There’s a friendship that’s developed. I don’t want to betray or lose that, but at the same time this did happen, and it happened to other people that I know and love.”

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Meanwhile, Deen has vehemently denied any wrongdoing, and has never been charged with a crime.

"All of the accusations are from either ex-girlfriends or events that happened on set," Deen, 30, told the Daily Beast in December. "I always try to take responsibility for my actions and apologize when needed."