Ashley Massaro, the previous WWE Superstar, and Survivor: China competitor who passed on toward the end of last week at 39 years old, took her own life by means of hanging.
After the ex-grappler and reality star neglected to appear for work at a neighborhood radio station, concerns evidently developed over her whereabouts and a call was in the long run put to 911.
Massaro was then transported to a close-by medical clinic where she was later articulated dead.
At the point when the awful updates on Massaro’s passing originally went public, her reason for death was obscure.
A dear companion at that point affirmed that Ashley ended it all.
Massaro won the first-ever WWE Diva and contended as an individual from this organization from 2005 through 2008.
She even wrestled in a couple of Wrestlemanias, the association’s most advanced and mainstream yearly occasion.
“We are disheartened to learn of the shocking passing of previous WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro,” a WWE articulation read five days prior.
“She performed in WWE from 2005-2008 and was cherished by her kindred Superstars and fans the world over. WWE offers its sympathies to Ashley’s family and companions.”
Massaro was likewise a cast part on Survivor in 2007 and was cast a ballot off on that season’s second scene.
Preceding her suicide, Massaro had been a piece of a legal claim against the WWE where five dozen wrestlers blamed the organization for neglecting to shield its workers from head injury and blackouts that in the long run caused long haul mind harm.
As indicated by a testimony Massaro marked in 2017, Ashley was thumped unconscious for “five minutes” on one event and advised to “get over it” by higher-ups.
Massaro affirmed to have “had various blackouts” all through her wrestling vocation, alongside “hairline crack in my spine and continued various back wounds.”
“Besides my on-going physical wounds that were supported in the ring and my previous fight with dependence, right up ’til today I experience the ill effects of discouragement, for which I take medicine; headache cerebral pains; and serious momentary memory misfortune.”
We don’t wish to estimate, yet it sounds all around likely that the torment Massaro was inconsistent, in any event, added to her choice to end her own life.
One of Massaro’s lawyers has uncovered that the previous expert wrestler’s cerebrum may be given to Dr. Bennet Omalu with the goal that it very well may be examined and the effects of her wrestling vocation can be broke down.
In the wake of her mom’s passing, Massaro shared two return photographs and composed as an enthusiastic inscription to one of them:
“I adore you, mom, I need to wake up in your arms more than anything I need to give u a major embrace please returned this cannot be real.”