CHATSWORTH, Calif.—AVN has confirmed that starlet Ami Jordan passed away of unknown causes last Friday, June 11, at the age of 19.
Jordan entered the adult industry in 2008 and appeared in only about 20 titles. She was laid to rest by surviving friends and family in a memorial service Tuesday evening in her Tennessee hometown.
Among Jordan's limited credits are titles from major studios including Vivid Entertainment Group, Hustler Video, Jules Jordan Video, Vouyer Media, Red Light District and New Sensations.
Jordan had not performed in some time because she was under probation in Tennessee on an underage DUI charge, according to Type 9 Models owner Kevin Kline, who represented her throughout her time in the industry.
"She was planning on returning as soon as [the probation] was over," Kline told AVN. "She always kept in contact with me through text or phone call. She was a wonderful girl, easy to be around, always liked to go to work, always wanted to work. Got in a little bit of trouble with a typical young girl DUI, but always good. Never missed a shoot, never one."
Kline said he was first introduced to Jordan by "a small-time shooter in Vegas, he referred her to us. When he called me about her, he said, 'You have to meet this girl with these most amazing boobs that I think I've ever seen,' and I said, 'Well then I'm interested in meeting her.' So I flew her into L.A. from Vegas, and she started working right away and was nothing but a great girl to represent."
Jordan did, however, struggle with one demon, Kline said: "She had a problem with pills, and she asked me to help monitor that usage of pills and what she was taking."
Though no cause of Jordan's death has yet come to light, Kline did suggest that this pill addiction was likely to blame. "I can tell you that I have my suspicions of exactly what happened, and my guess is that she took too many of them," he said. "But that's just speculation, for sure.
"She was a super sweet girl. Always a good girl."