Ashley Massaro’s passing hit a lot of people very hard. The pro wrestling world reacted in a big way and plenty of people sent out tributes to the 2005 Diva Search winner. She was only 39-years-old and just 10 days away from her 40th birthday.
We previously reported that a very close friend of Massaro’s included #Suicide in her tribute to Ashley which she later deleted. However, there might be even more evidence to point toward Massaro’s cause of death.
Marty Jannetty sent out a tweet saying that he “knew Ash wouldn’t have died from drugs.” He then went on to say that “all Ash had to do was call me.” This seems to point toward a very serious situation that could have been prevented had she reached out for help.
Michelle McCool also sent out a heartfelt message about Massaro where she seemed to allude Massaro’s cause of death as she wrote that “we never know what others are going thru” and “life’s greatest struggles are often hidden behind a big smile.”
My heart is broken for @ashleymassaro ‘s family, especially her sweet daughter! 39 years young….gone entirely too soon! ALWAYS smiling & incredibly kind! Happy to call you friend!
Remember that we NEVER know what others are going thru. Life’s greatest struggles are often hidden behind a big smile! Be kind, love others…Prayers shipped!
Velvet Sky also commented on Ashley Massaro’s passing where she said “be kind to everyone because you don’t know what someone may be going through.” This is an amazing lesson to live by, but in this instance it seems to point toward a much deeper meaning.
RIP Ashley Massaro. My heart goes out to her family.
Be kind to everyone because you don’t know what someone may be going through
Police have already stated that since Ashley Massaro’s death is classified as “non-criminal” then specifics are not likely to be released. However, those close to the situation have certainly given us reason to believe that Massaro’s passing was her own choice.
If you or any of your friends are struggling with depression, suicidal ideations or gestures please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
RIP Ashley, we will never forget you.