MARY-KATE OLSEN CALLED ABOUT HEATH LEDGER
As the investigation into Heath Ledger's death continues, a connection to actress Mary-Kate Olsen has emerged. The masseuse who discovered the body of Heath Ledger made two phone calls to Mary-Kate Olsen before calling 911, police say.
The masseuse, Diana Wolozin, tried to rouse Ledger after entering his bedroom at 3 p.m. and setting up a massage table. When she was unable to wake him, Wolozin used Ledger's cell phone to speed-dial Mary-Kate for guidance, knowing Olsen to be a friend of Ledger's, according to police.
The masseuse told Mary-Kate that Heath was unconscious and Mary-Kate allegedly said she would call private security guards to help. Wolozin tried again to wake Ledger with no luck and then called Olsen a second time. On the second call, Wolozin told Olsen she would call 911 because she believed the situation was grave. Wolozin then called 911 at 3:26 p.m. and said Ledger wasn't breathing. Emergency responders arrived at 3:33 p.m., the same time the private security guards Mary-Kate had called showed up. Ledger was pronounced dead at 3:36 p.m.