Sara Lee, former WWE wrestler, dead at 30

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Sara Lee, a 2015 winner of the World Wrestling Entertainment actuality competitors sequence “Tough Enough,” has died, in line with a press release from her mom shared on social media. She was 30.


“It is with heavy hearts that we share the information that our Sarah Weston has gone to be with Jesus,” her mom, Teri Lee, wrote in a press release. “We are all in shock and preparations should not full. We ask that you simply respectfully let our household mourn.”


Sara Lee was married to former WWE wrestler Westin Blake. They are mother and father to a few kids.


CNN has reached out to WWE for remark.


“I believe my followers can sort of relate to me as a result of I’m a standard woman,” she instructed the Midland Daily News newspaper in Midland, Michigan, after being voted by followers as the feminine “Tough Enough” winner. “I’ve simply been myself.”


According to the paper, Lee, from the small city of Hope, Michigan, was a 2010 graduate of Meridian highschool in Sanford, Michigan, the place she was on the monitor crew. She additionally was a aggressive powerlifter.


Lee gained a US$250,000 contract from the WWE however was launched in 2016.


“No tweet or quantity of phrases can carry again this stunning human, however all of my coronary heart goes out to @TheWestinBlake & their household. Sara Lee can be missed enormously,” tweeted wrestler Chelsea Green. “The picture on the left is how I’ll all the time bear in mind her – laughing, smiling, carefree.”


“You had been so good in so some ways. You liked your loved ones and buddies a lot. you had been so giving, heat and selfless,” WWE wrestler Nikki A.S.H. tweeted. You made me giggle. No matter how lengthy we went with out seeing one another, we might all the time choose up proper the place we left. I really like you Sara.”


“Sara Lee was one of many sweetest individuals I’ve met and her smile lit up a room. My love and hope for energy goes to Cory, and their three stunning kids,” Shawn Bennett, a WWE referee tweeted.

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