Rising WWE Star Sara Lee Tragically Passes Away at Only 30 Years Old

The tragic death of Sara Lee, a former WWE wrestler, has shocked and saddened many. According to an autopsy report from the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office, Lee died by suicide. The report obtained by TMZ states that she ingested a lethal combination of alcohol and pills, and had left letters of intent at the scene before her death.

Lee rose to fame in 2015 when she competed on the sixth season of WWE’s show “Tough Enough.” She beat out all the other female contestants and earned a contract with WWE for one year. She wrestled for the company throughout most of 2016 before her contract ended and she started wrestling on the independent circuit. She also got married to former WWE wrestler Wesley Blake and the couple had three children together. They lived and trained in Orlando, Florida.

Despite her success in the wrestling world, Lee kept her Instagram account up-to-date with posts about her family, life, and workouts. Just two days before her death, she posted a picture of herself in gym clothes, celebrating her recovery from a sinus infection.

However, something went terribly wrong shortly after. Lee’s mother, Terri Lee, announced her daughter’s death on Facebook, stating that she had gone to be with Jesus. She asked for privacy and prayers for the family during this difficult time.

Lee was only 30 years old at the time of her death, leaving behind a husband and three young children. This tragic event serves as a reminder of the importance of mental health and seeking help when needed. If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out for support.

Lee’s death sent shockwaves through the wrestling community, with many of her colleagues and fans expressing their grief and disbelief on social media. WWE released a statement expressing their condolences and offering support to Lee’s family. Many also shared memories of Lee’s time in the ring, describing her as a fierce competitor with a bright future ahead of her.

As the news of Lee’s suicide emerged, it also shed light on the mental health struggles that she may have been facing. Friends and family members shared that Lee had been dealing with anxiety and depression for some time, and had been seeking help for her mental wellbeing. This tragic event serves as an important reminder that it’s okay to not be okay and that it’s important to reach out for support when struggling with mental health issues.

In the days following Lee’s death, the wrestling community came together to honor her memory and raise awareness for mental health. Many wrestlers and fans shared personal stories of their own struggles, encouraging others to speak up and seek help. In tribute to Lee, WWE announced a special episode of their show “SmackDown” dedicated to raising awareness for mental health.

Lee’s family and close friends were left heartbroken and devastated by her death. Her husband, Wesley Blake, shared a statement expressing his love for his wife and thanking everyone for their support during this difficult time. He also urged anyone struggling with mental health issues to seek help and not suffer in silence.

As the wrestling world mourns the loss of Sara Lee, we can only hope that her tragic death will bring attention to the importance of mental health and encourage others to seek help when needed. May she rest in peace and may her family find comfort and healing in the love and support of those around them.