Entertainment Rosario Dawson's cousin dies after actress finds her unresponsive

16:17  16 may  2017
16:17  16 may  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

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Rosario Dawson reportedly found her cousin lying unresponsive in her California home last week (end14May17). The Luke Cage actress was brought up by her mother and stepfather, Greg Dawson , after her dad Patrick left when she was a baby.

Rosario Dawson ' s cousin died after the actress found her unconscious last week TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Rosario walked downstairs in her Venice home last Thursday and found 26-year-old Vanez Ines Vasquez lying unresponsive .

Actress Rosario Dawson (pictured) found her 26-year-old cousin Vanez Ines Vasquez unresponsive on Thursday and she later died. - Alastair Grant/AP © Provided by New York Daily News Actress Rosario Dawson (pictured) found her 26-year-old cousin Vanez Ines Vasquez unresponsive on Thursday and she later died. - Alastair Grant/AP

Rosario Dawson's cousin has died after the actress found her unresponsive on Thursday.

The "Daredevil" star walked downstairs in her Venice, Calif., home to find Vanez Ines Vasquez, 26, unresponsive, TMZ reports.

The 38-year-old actress immediately called paramedics but they were unable to revive her cousin. Vasquez was transported to the hospital, but she was later pronounced dead.

Vasquez worked for the actress and had recently been suffering migraines and hypertension, according to the gossip site. Sources tell TMZ she had no history of substance abuse and early autopsy results indicate natural causes.

However, toxicology results are still pending.

A rep for Dawson did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.

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