Valerie Fairman of “16 and Pregnant” fame has died. MTV

Valerie Fairman, who once starred on the second season of MTV’s reality show “16 and Pregnant,” has died at the age of 23.

According to TMZ, Fairman died from a suspected overdose. The website reports that Fairman’s mother said she was at a friend’s house in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday. After calling for Fairman, who was in the bathroom, the friend broke down the door and discovered her unresponsive.

The Chester County Coroner told E! News that Fairman’s exact cause of death is under investigation but toxicology tests will be conducted to determine the cause. Fairman’s 7-year-old daughter, Nevaeh Lynn Fairman, is currently with Fairman’s mother.

It’s an unfortunate end for Fairman who has struggled with substance abuse for years and had recent run-ins with the law. Last week, she was caught resisting arrest and providing a false ID. In 2015, Fairman was arrested on charges of prostitution.

Following the news of Fairman’s death, a spokesperson for MTV said, “We are saddened by the news of Valerie Fairman’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time.”

Fellow MTV stars also paid their respects as “Teen Mom 2” star, Chelsea Houska tweeted, “How incredibly sad. My heart goes out to her daughter and family.” Jenelle Evans also took to social media, tweeting, “Oh my god. I just spoke to her a couple months ago and told her I’m proud of her and looks like she’s doing good… Don’t take life for granted. Hold your children and love them close.”