Sara Lee committed suicide according to the autopsy

As reported now by TMZ Sports, after the autopsy was performed on the body of the former wrestler, Sara would have taken her own life

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Sara Lee committed suicide according to the autopsy

One of the most tragic news of 2022 which ended a few months ago, was the news of the death of Sara Lee, former WWE athlete and winner of the 2015 edition of the Tough Enough reality show, where young boys approached professional wrestling for have an opportunity to land in the rings of the Stamford company.

However, this opportunity did not last long for the young athlete, who was initially associated with NXT and then released by the company, after months of nothing. Just 30 years old, like a bolt from the blue, last October, Sara Lee was found dead in her home, in circumstances that had never been disclosed until now.

As reported now by TMZ Sports, after the autopsy was performed on the body of the former wrestler, Sara would have taken her own life: "In documents from the Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office, officials say Lee has ingested a lethal combination of alcohol and pills.

They added that the former wrestler had left letters of intent at the scene before his death. According to officials in the documents, Lee had bruises and abrasions on his head and body at the time of his death, although they suspected he may have sustained injuries in a fall or multiple fall while intoxicated."

The words of husband Wesley Blake

After an initial period of silence, Wesley Blake had taken the strength to share a few words on Instagram, associated with a photo that portrayed him with his wife Sara: "Dear Sara, I loved you from the first moment I saw you.

I always said that you were an angel who walked this earth. Beautiful, compassionate, strong and so loving to all of us. An angel who blessed me with three of the most beautiful children I could ever imagine. But you were so much more than just a mom.

You were a motivator, my best friend, a sister, a daughter, an aunt, the backbone of our family and, my favorite, you were my wife. I really don't know what to say in these moments. I just know that death won't take away the memories we've created.

I can't promise I'll stop crying but now I know you're free. I can never thank you enough for giving me the best years of my life. I love you sara."

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