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EntertainmentAshley Massaro’s Daughter Speaks On Mother’s Death: ‘I Want to Wake Up in Your Arms’

20:20  17 may  2019
20:20  17 may  2019 Source:   theblast.com

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Ashley Massaro 's only daughter , Alexa, reacted on social media to her mother ' s untimely passing. In a post on Instagram Alexa wrote, " i love you mommy i want to wake up in your arms more than anything i want to give u a big hug please come back this can't be real." In a second post she added

Shortly after her mother ’ s death , Alexa sent out an Instagram story about her mother . This was heartbreaking to read as she only wished to be held I wish I could have gotten more recent pictures. I love you mommy. I want to wake up in your arms more than anything. I want to give you a big hug.

Ashley Massaro’s Daughter Speaks On Mother’s Death: ‘I Want to Wake Up in Your Arms’© Ashley Massaro Daughter Instagram

Former WWE star Ashley Massaro‘s death rocked the wrestling world and shocked those closest to the 39-year-old, including her only daughter who made a heartbreaking statement.

Massaro’s 19-year-old daughter, Alexa, took to social media in the hours after it was reported her mother had died, and said, “I love you Mommy I want to wake up in your arms more than anything I want to give u a big hug please come back this cant be real.”

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Alexa included a photo of the two and admitted, “I wish I could have gotten more recent pictures.” The mother and daughter appeared to be very close, and Massaro had posted last year about Alexa turning 18-years-old.

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Ashley Massaro , the former WWE wrestler, Playboy model, and winner of WWE’s “2005 Raw Diva Search,” leaves behind a daughter . In a sad Instagram story, Alexa reacted to her mother ’ s death . “ I wish I could have gotten more recent pictures. I love you mommy. I want to wake up in your arms

Ashley Marie Massaro (May 26, 1979 – May 16, 2019) was an American professional wrestler, television host and model. She was best known for her time with World Wrestling Entertainment

“I know the closeness we share will never change no matter how old she gets,” Massaro wrote, adding, “I truly love her more than any thing or anyone in this world!”

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As we reported, the wrestler turned radio host died of an apparent suicide after being discovered at her home in New York. She was transported to the hospital and CPR was administered, but unfortunately she passed away.

Police are describing the death as “non-criminal,” and her body is currently at the Suffolk County Medical Examiner.

Massaro was also involved with an ongoing lawsuit against the WWE, where she, and many other wrestlers, accused the wrestling organization of failing to properly protect employees from repeated head trauma and concussions that eventually developed in long-term brain damage.

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