WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro is No More

American former professional wrestler, reality TV contestant and model Ashley Marie Massaro has found dead in her home in Suffolk County, New York on Thursday who was only 39 years old.

Massaro was taken to the hospital at Long Island when she was discovered by the police at her home but she passed away. Authorities confirmed that they were responding to an unconscious female.

“We are saddened to learn of the tragic death of former WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro,” saying this WWE added in a statement that “WWE offers its condolences to Ashley’s family and friends.”

Massaro was in the WWE somewhere in the range of 2005 and 2008, and her demise comes two months after she said she’s preparation to come back to wrestling.

“Gonna be bumping around the ring starting next week … super pumped n ready to see what I got left in these ole boots of mine!” Massaro posted on Twitter.

Massaro had a 18 years old daughter calls Alexis.

Massaro was one of 60 previous expert wrestlers who combined in claim against WWE asserting the association neglected to shield them from rehashed head injury including blackouts that prompted long haul cerebrum harm, as indicated by NBC News. The claim was rejected a year ago by a government judge who called the claim’s cases “pointless” or said they had happened outside of the statue of impediments. WWE denied the claims in the claim.

However, the wrestler’s reason of death is still unknown and police is investigating on that.

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