Performer Echo Valley Dies in Car Accident

SAN ANTONIOAdult performer Echo Valley died on May 21 in car crash in San Antonio, Texas.

According to a Fox News-San Antonio report, the accident happened on highway US-83 near Leakey, Texas, where she was rear-ended by a pickup truck while making a turn. The performer whose legal name was Cynthia Gillig-Stone was ejected from her car and was pronounced dead at the scene. She was 56.

A state trooper says she wasn't wearing her seatbelt. According to reports, her roommate John Lopez says Gillig-Stone had problems with seatbelts because of her size 65NN breasts and that she would only wear a lap belt while driving.

The South Carolina native had performed in more than 20 films during the past decade in addition to making numerous appearances in men's sophisticate magazines. She also was an occasional talk show guest on programs such as "The Jerry Springer Show," "The Maury Show," "Jenny Jones" and "The Howard Stern Show."

In 2008, the starlet had a cameo in the Hollywood film "Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay."

Another passenger in the car remained in the hospital, according to reports.