Sara Lee death: WWE Star Died at Age of 30

Sara Lee’s final Instagram post, which she shared the day before her unexpected death, disclosed recent health fight details.

The WWE star’s death at age 30 was unexpected, as revealed by her family in an Instagram post.

On Friday night, tragic details about the former Tough Enough champion became public. The official reason for death is still unknown.

But the celebrity had only posted the day before, expressing happiness at being healthy enough to resume her routine.

According to The Sun, Lee posted a photo she took in the locker room of her fitness center.

She added a clapping emoji and a party hat emoji to the description of her Instagram image.

She was “celebrating” that her health had improved to the point that she could work out for two days in a row.

Unfortunately, the post would be her final for her 103,000 subscribers.

Sara Lee death

Lee’s mom said on Facebook, “It is with heavy hearts that we relay the news that our Sarah Weston has gone to be with Jesus.

Arrangements have not been finalized since we are all in shock. We would appreciate it if you could give our family some space as we grieve.

Please keep Cory and her kids in your prayers.

The family of the late wrestler and TV star received an outpouring of condolences and support from admirers all across the world.

Kayla Braxton, a star in WWE, posted a link to a GoFundMe page set up for Sara Lee’s family along with a terrible statement.

Kayla expressed her sadness over the news, writing, “What a wonderful person we’ve lost.”

And her husband, who never hid his undying passion for her, and their three young children, whom she leaves behind.

I apologize profusely. Simply tragic.

She had two children with her ex-husband, former WWE star Westin Blake (actual name Cory Weston).

Lee became a household name after appearing on Tough Enough in its 2015–16 season.

The show’s victor received a contract with WWE and had to undergo professional wrestling training.

Upon receiving the contract from WWE CEO Triple H, she immediately joined WWE’s developmental brand NXT and performed in several live events.

But a few months later, she was let go from the firm.

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