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Latest WWE News – Maria Kanellis, Torrie Wilson and Mick Foley, among others, comment on the death of Ashley Massaro
Massaro denounced WWE in 2016 for sexual harassment and physical problems.
A few hours ago we knew the sad news of the death of Ashley Massaro. We still do not know why, although the first reactions have come from his teammates during his time in WWE and by the independent talent who knew the fighter.
“I wish I could have taken more recent photos, I love you, Mommy, I want to wake up in your arms more than anything, I want to give you a big hug, please come back, this can not be real,” wrote Alexa Massaro, Ashley’s daughter.
“I have no words,” wrote Maria Kanellis on Twitter. “Ashley was my partner at Wrestlemania, my sometimes a woman on the road, we did innumerable photo shoots and press promotion, Ashley was an important part of my life and then our worlds changed, and now she’s gone. I am disconsolate for your family. ”
“I can not even begin to explain how devastated I am to hear about @ ashleymassaro11, one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met,” said Torrie Wilson. “When we fall into a dark place, it may seem like it will never change, but if you are there, PLEASE keep hope and seek help.
“Sad day, this publication is horrible @ ashleymassaro11 I pray for the strength of your family,” wrote Tommy Dreamer.
“This is horrible news, Ashley Massaro is gone, she was only 39. She lived in the same city as me … I loved seeing her out there, she was always so kind … and now she’s gone,” she wrote. Mick Foley on Twitter.
WWE has divulged the information of the death of Ashley Massaro through its news section and has also published a series of reactions about the sad event. It should be remembered that in 2016, Massaro joined a lawsuit against WWE, alleging that she was sexually assaulted during an international tour and that she did not receive adequate attention for the concussions she had suffered. He also alleged various physical sequelae, such as a spinal fissure, two herniated discs and an ankle fracture that required inserting a metal plate about 13 centimeters.