Ronni Chasen was a Hollywood publicist, who represented such actors as Michael Douglas, as well as musicians such as Hans Zimmer and Mark Isham, among others. She was murdered by a person or persons still unknown for reasons which are also unknown.
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Chasen was shot early in the morning of 16 November 2010, at approximately 12:28 a.m. PST, in Beverly Hills as she was driving home from the Hollywood premiere of the film Burlesque.
Neighbors near the intersection of Whittier Drive and Sunset Boulevard in the city of Beverly Hills originally noted hearing gunshots in front of their homes but more calls came in to the 911 call center a few moments later stating that a late model, black Mercedes-Benz had run the curb, hit and toppled one of the historic cast-iron streetlamps. When police crews arrived, they found Chasen slumped in the driver's seat, the steering wheel airbag inflated, blood emanating from her nose and chest area, in and out of consciousness with the front seat passenger side glass shattered. Chasen was pronounced dead at Cedars Sinai Hospital.