NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Within the past 48 hours, "That 70s Show" actress Tanya Roberts has been reported alive, then dead, then alive again.
But the back-and-forth now appears to be over: The former Bond Girl died Monday night in Los Angeles at 65, according to TMZ, citing her domestic partner Lance O'Brien.
1010 WINS has reached out to a representative for Roberts.
The rep, Mike Pingel, began telling outlets on Sunday that Roberts had died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after she was rushed there and put on a ventilator after collapsing at her home on Christmas Eve.
Pingel said she had died after her partner Lance O'Brien said he thought he had said good-bye to her for the last time.
"He had seen Tanya, he had hugged her," Pingel said Monday. "I took him in for the last rites. He was very distraught. It was just a miscommunication that went horribly wrong. She’s still in the hospital and it’s very dire."
He added, "After seeing her, he felt that she had passed. (Then) the doctors from Cedars Sinai called him and told him at 10 a.m. that she had not passed last night but it is dire. Please keep her in your prayers.”
O'Brien had told TMZ Sunday that he had one last visit with her: "As I held her in her last moments, she opened her eyes," he said. "I was able to see her beautiful eyes one last time. Tanya had the most beautiful eyes."