Bond film legend Tanya Roberts has died aged 65.
TMZ report that the actress died on Monday night at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in LA.
They add that her partner Lance O'Brien has confirmed the news after doctor's called him shortly after 9pm to confirm her passing.
Roberts found mainstream fame after bagging roles in James Bond and Charlie's Angels.
On Sunday night widespread reports incorrectly stated Roberts had passed away after Lance told her publisher she had died.
The mistake caused widespread confusion.
TMZ now report that Lance has told them the mix-up happened after he visited Tanya in hospital.
He thought his long-term partner had 'faded away' and left without speaking to medical staff.
Tanya's rep Mike Ping says Lance told him that Tanya 'died in my arms'.
Lance was then told by the hospital, whilst filming a TV interview, that his wife was still alive.
He said on camera: "Now, you are telling me she's alive?" he asked.
He then paused the call to tell the interviewer: "The hospital is telling me she is alive. They are calling me from the ICU team."
Tanya was born in New York in 1955 and grew up in Ontario before returning to her home town to become a model, before eventually moving to Hollywood in 1977.
She Roberts became a household name after she replaced Shelly Hack in US TV series Charlie's Angels.
She joined Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd as crime fighting babe Julie.
In 1985 she landed a role in the fourteenth James Bond film A View To A Kill.
Starring alongside Roger Moore, Roberts played the role of gun-wielding Stacey Sutton.
In 1998, Roberts based the role of Midge Pinciotti on US sitcom That '70s Show.
She played Pinciotti until 2001 when she quit the series to look after her then husband Barry Roberts who was terminally ill.
Barry sadly passed away five years later in 2006.
Roberts had been in hospital since Christmas Eve after collapsing while walking her dogs.
In the days prior to her hospitalisation she was thought to be in good health – even having Zoom 'shows' and online live chats with fans on December 19.