Casey Johnson

Casey Johnson

American socialite, great-great-granddaughter of the founder of Johnson
Date of Birth: 24.09.1979
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Casey Johnson
  2. Early Life and Family
  3. Battle with Diabetes and Advocacy
  4. Rise to Fame and Controversy
  5. Personal Life and Tragedy

Biography of Casey Johnson

Early Life and Family

Casey Johnson was an American socialite and the great-granddaughter of Robert Wood Johnson I, one of the founders of Johnson & Johnson. She was born to Robert Wood Johnson IV, the owner of the New York Jets, and her mother, Sale Johnson. Casey was also the cousin of Jamie Johnson, the director of the documentary film "Born Rich."

Casey Johnson

Battle with Diabetes and Advocacy

At the age of eight, Casey was diagnosed with diabetes, leading her father to become involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, actively sponsoring research for a cure. Together, Casey and her father wrote the book "Managing Your Child's Diabetes" when she was fourteen.

Casey Johnson

Rise to Fame and Controversy

Casey gained fame in Hollywood as a socialite and was featured in television shows such as "The Fabulous Life of..." and "E! True Hollywood Story." She became known for her association with other popular socialites, including Paris and Nikki Hilton, Nicole Richie, and many others. However, Casey also found herself in the midst of several scandalous headlines.

Casey Johnson

Personal Life and Tragedy

Casey openly identified as a lesbian and had relationships with various women, including Courtenay Semel, the daughter of Yahoo's executive director. In 2009, Casey was arrested for alleged involvement in a burglary with Jasmine Lennard, who was dating Semel at the time. On December 9, 2009, Casey announced her engagement to Tila Tequila. However, on January 4, 2010, Casey's body was found in the bathtub of her home. The cause of her death was later determined to be related to her lifelong battle with diabetes.