Jasmine Grey (Michelle Grayshaw) and two friends died Saturday (12/10/05) in a car accident

Jasmine stood 4'11, measured 34D-25-35 (naturally) and weighed 125 pounds. She was 21.

The Beacon Journal reports:

MEDINA TWP. - Fresh roses, artificial poinsettias and tire tracks through the snow were all that marked the spot Saturday where three friends were killed in a one-car accident.

The Medina post of the State Highway Patrol identified the three as Michelle Grayshaw, 21, Brent Birth, 24, and Brian Gerspacher, 25, all of Medina.

The patrol reported that Grayshaw was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier south on Foskett Road past Hamilton Road at 2:08 a.m. Saturday when the vehicle went off the left side of the road, slid through a snow-filled ditch and struck a tree.

Grayshaw was a self-employed model and Birth was a bricklayer in his father's masonry business...

Here's an excerpt of an interview she gave to Glamourcon.com:

GC: When you turned 18 you auditioned for a gentlemen's club. What made you decide to do that?

Jasmine: Well for one, I was tired of working 40 hour weeks. I have been doing that since I was sixteen. I also knew some people that were dancers and I just envied there lifestyle. I grew up with very little money and the fact that I could now make it so easily and have fun doing it was very attractive to me. I have always been a very sexual person, and the fact that I could use my sexuality to make money was just a huge bonus for me.

Jeremy Steele writes:

I once wrote this of her:

She's blessed with breasts.
Upon her pillows my head would rest.
A dream which speaks of
Spring when all blossoms and sings.

That's all I'd prefer to say about it. Thanks. She was a beautiful creature and in our memory shall always remain.

From JasmineGrey.com:

I was born in a small hospital just south of Cleveland. I am the baby of the family. Growing up, I was quite a tomboy. There weren't many girls around that were my age, so I often hung out with the boys. We would go fishing, play football, and work on cars. My family was pretty big into the demolition derby, so we were always tearin' apart and re-building cars to race. I spent my summers looking forward to the county fair. As I got older, I started to develop, more so than the other girls. I guess this is when I started to notice boys, they weren't as obnoxious any more. When I turned 18, I went to an audition. I landed the job, and began working at a local gentlemen's club. This is where I was introduced to the whole modeling thing. I had always wanted to model. A few of the girls working there were signed with a local agent, and told me to go talk with him. I went to a test shoot, and fell in love with the camera. One thing led to the other, and here I am.

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