WWE champion Sara Lee’s family breaks their silence following her passing at age 30.

The grief felt by Sara Lee’s family upon the discovery of the former WWE champion’s body at the age of 30 has been made public.

Her mother Terri Lee announced on Facebook that her daughter Sara, a mother of three, “had gone to live with Jesus.” She continued, in an emotional statement, by saying that they are “all in shock and arrangements are not yet complete.”

After that, she revealed the following: “We kindly ask that you respect our family’s privacy during this difficult time. All of us, but especially Cory and her children, are in need of prayers.”

They tied the knot in December 2017, and Sara’s new husband is the professional wrestler Cory Weston, who goes by the ring name Westin Blake.

They are parents to three children: Piper, who is five years old; Brady, who is three; and a son who is 14 months old.

Kayla Braxton, one of Sara’s fellow wrestlers, tweeted, “This is so heartbreaking—what a wonderful girl we’ve lost.” Sara leaves behind three young children and a husband who has always emphasized how completely in love he was with her. “This is so heartbreaking,” Braxton said.

Kayla also tweeted a link to a memorial GoFundMe campaign that was established by fellow wrestler Bull James. On the website, James wrote, “RIP Sara, you were one of the nice ones.” Kayla also shared this link.

The month of June marked Sara’s 30th birthday, and in honor of her, Cory shared a heartfelt statement on Instagram commemorating the “love of my life.”

Alongside a video montage of the two of them together, he wished her a happy birthday with the following message: “Happy Birthday to my better, more beautiful half, and the love of my life.”

“We are unable to express our gratitude sufficiently for all that you do for our family. It takes a certain individual to be able to control these hooligans (me included). Today, we honor a genuine angel who resides among us and whose presence in my life has brought more goodness than you could ever hope to comprehend.”

Just two days before she passed away, Sara shared on Instagram a gym photo in which she revealed that she had recently recovered from her first sinus infection and was “celebrating finally being healthy enough to go to the gym 2 days in a row.”


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