The car flipped multiple times, and Spence was ejected in the crash just outside downtown Dallas, police have said.
The publication becomes the third of the once-dominant Seven Sisters of women's magazines to close, joining Ladies' Home Journal and McCall's.
"Nobody wants to see that, smell that," homeowner Nick Lestina told a local TV station.
She paid $15,000 to have her son's ACT scores boosted and also tried to falsely identify him as a racial minority.
“It's pitiful that we're at this point," said Stacy Davis Gates, vice president of the Chicago Teachers Union.