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Sara Lee, Former WWE wrestler, reality competition winner passed away at 30

Sara Lee, the 2015 World Wrestling Entertainment reality competition series “Tough Enough” winner, has died, according to a statement shared on social media by her mother. She was thirty years old.

Teri Lee, Sarah’s mother, said in a statement, “It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that our Sarah Weston has gone to be with Jesus.” “We’re all in shock, and the arrangements aren’t finished yet.” We respectfully request that you allow our family to mourn.”

Sara Lee was married to Westin Blake, a former WWE wrestler. They are the parents of three kids.

WWE has been contacted by CNN for comment.

“I think my fans can relate to me because I’m a normal girl,” she told the Midland Daily News in Midland, Michigan, after being voted the female “Tough Enough” winner by fans. “I’ve simply been myself.”

Lee, from the small town of Hope, Michigan, graduated from Meridian High School in Sanford, Michigan, where she was a member of the track team in 2010. She was also an accomplished powerlifter. The WWE offered Lee a $250,000 contract, but he was released in 2016.

“No tweet or amount of words can bring back this beautiful human, but all of my heart goes out to @TheWestinBlake & their family. Sara Lee will be missed greatly,” tweeted wrestler Chelsea Green. “The photo on the left is how I will always remember her – laughing, smiling, carefree.”

“You were so good in so many ways. You loved your family and friends so much. you were so giving, warm and selfless,” WWE wrestler Nikki A.S.H. tweeted. You made me giggle. No matter how long we went without seeing each other, we would always pick up right where we left. I love you Sara.”

“Sara Lee was one of the sweetest people I’ve met and her smile lit up a room. My love and hope for strength goes to Cory, and their three beautiful children,” Shawn Bennett, a WWE referee tweeted.

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