Former WWE superstar and model Ashley Massaro dies

Former WWE superstar and model Ashley Massaro dies

Former WWE star Ashley Massaro has passed away at the age of 39.

TMZ Sports reports that Massaro was transported to hospital from her home in Suffolk County, but died a short time later due to what officials have declared "non-criminal" circumstances.

After the sudden and untimely passing of WWE superstar Ashley Massaro, the world of wrestling as a whole paid tribute to the late Massaro.

Massaro took part in the 2005 Raw Diva Search and won the contest.

Long after Ashley Massaro filed an affidavit, which WWE only learned of the contents after she passed away, Ashley sent an email to WWE on October 20, 2018 - approximately one month after the Court dismissed all claims against WWE and sanctioned the lawyer who brought the suit against WWE, Konstantine Kyros, for repeated misconduct including pursuing false allegations.

In 2016, she joined a class-action lawsuit against WWE, alleging she had been sexually assaulted on a US military base in 2006 during a WWE tour.

In addition to her in-ring career, Massaro appeared on "Survivor: China" in 2007 - though she was voted off on the second episode of that series.

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In 2007, it was revealed that Massaro would be the cover girl of the April edition of Playboy.

"Please god this can't be it", she heartbreakingly added alongside a childhood photo of herself with Massaro.

In the meantime, we send our deepest condolences to the Massaro family during this hard time.

- Rev. Graves (@WWEGraves) May 17, 2019This is just bad news - Ashley Massaro is gone.

News of her death shocked the WWE community, with many wrestlers and friends sharing their condolences online. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. She was only 39. We recently discussed working together. She lived in the same town as me. A source told The Blast Massaro didn't show up to her job at a local radio station, which caused some worry.

The first time I met her, she went out of her way to say hello, and always had kind and encouraging words since. Thank you for the memories.

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