Professional wrestler and reality TV star known as Sara Lee has died suddenly at the age of 30.
Her real name is Sara Weston, and in 2015 she won Tough Enough, a contest where contestants compete for a contract with the professional wrestling organization WWE.
She was a former competitive powerlifter and was married to former WWE wrestler Corey James Weston, known as Wesley Black, with whom they had three children. I don’t know how she died.
Her mother Terri Lee announced her death in a statement on Facebook: “It is with a heavy heart that we want to share that our Sarah Weston is with Jesus.
“We are all in shock and arrangements are incomplete. We ask that you respectfully allow our family to mourn. We all need prayers, especially Corey and her children.”
The day before her death, she posted on Instagram that she was celebrating that she was finally healthy enough to go to the gym two days in a row. “The first sinus infection kicked my ass,” she said.
“As the former Tough Enough Champion, Lee has inspired so many in the sports entertainment world. WWE’s heartfelt condolences go out to her family, friends and fans,” WWE said in a statement.
Another wrestler Chelsea Green described her as a “beautiful person”.
Saraya Bevis, a former British wrestler known in the ring as Page, said her death was a “heartbreaking tragedy”.
A Japanese professional wrestler Asuka said: “I will miss Sarah forever.”