Former WWE star and “Survivor” challenger Ashley Massaro passed on Thursday in Suffolk District, New York, as indicated by reports. She was 39.
Massaro was transported to a medical clinic, where she passed on, after a crisis call promptly in the morning, according to outlets. The reason for death wasn’t quickly made public.
“We are disheartened to learn of the grievous passing of previous WWE Genius Ashley Massaro,” the WWE said on its site. “She performed in WWE from 2005-2008 and was cherished by her kindred Geniuses and fans far and wide. WWE offers its sympathies to Ashley’s family and friends.”
“Love ya, punx,” she wrote.
Massaro increased early perceivability by winning the “2005 Crude Diva Pursuit” for new wrestling ability, as indicated by Yippee. She at that point performed for the WWE from 2005 to 2008.
Her conspicuous matches included appearances in the WWE’s mark Wrestlemania occasions, “Amusement Today around evening time” revealed. She parlayed her ring superstar into a two-scene keep running on “Survivor: China” and an appearance in Playboy in 2007.
Massaro was among many previous expert wrestlers behind a claim that blamed the WWE for not shielding them from head injury ― but rather the suit was tossed out by a judge a year ago, NBC News detailed. She said she continued a few concussions.
She likewise claimed that she was explicitly attacked in Kuwait while working for WWE, demonstrating the association’s absence of oversight, as indicated by authoritative records acquired by ProWrestlingSheet in 2016. She guaranteed WWE officials apologized “for their carelessness” however influenced her not to report the ambush “to proper lawful authorities.”
Massaro is made due by a little girl, Alexa, who posted photographs of the two together on her Instagram story and stated “I adore you mommy.”
The wrestling world grieved her loss.