Sara Lee Obituary: How Did Sara Lee Die? Cause Of Death Explored

Sara Lee Death
Sara Lee Death

Sara Lee has died. She was a former wrestler who won season 6 of the WWE’s reality show Tough Enough. She had turned 30.

Thursday, Lee’s mother, Terri, posted the news on social media. In a Facebook post, she said, “It broke our hearts to tell you that our Sara Weston has gone to be with Jesus.” “We are all in shock, and plans haven’t been made yet.

Please be kind and let our family grieve in peace. We all need prayers, but Cory and her kids need them the most.” No reason for death was given.

Lee got a one-year deal with WWE after he won Tough Enough. Entertainment Tonight says that she later took part in eight matches for WWE’s NXT development brand. Lee went on to compete in independent wrestling. In 2017, she got married to a wrestler. They had three kids and a dog together.

Lee wrote on Instagram on Tuesday that she had been sick with her “first-ever sinus infection,” but that she was “celebrating finally being healthy enough to go to the gym two days in a row.”

Bull James, who is also a wrestler, set up a GoFundMe page for Lee’s family on Thursday. “The sudden death of Tough Enough winner Sara Lee has shocked and saddened us all.

As her loving husband, Cory picks up the pieces and continues to raise their three children, the last thing anyone in that situation wants to worry about is money and paying for a funeral and everything else that comes with it “James put words on paper.

His note went on to say, “Tragedies have always brought the wrestling community together, and this is no different. All of the money raised will go straight to Cory and the kids. Thanks ahead of time to everyone. Sara, you were one of the good ones, so rest in peace.”

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