BREAKING NEWS: Former WWE Women’s Champion Has Passed Away — WWE Most Painful Death…

According to People magazine, former WWE Women’s Champion passed away after taking sleeping aides.

According to People magazine, the real cause of the death of former WWF Women’s Champion has been revealed — she died after a mixture of painkillers, sleeping aides and alcohol were found in her system.

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As at when the incidence occurred, there were lots of side talks, media uploads and much more insinuating the cause of the death of the former WWE Divas champion.

Joan Marie Laurer, (Chyna’) death which happened in April was indeed a shock to all WWE fans and superstars alike because she was a beloved friend and partner even though she was not in the WWE when her death occurred. Just after her death, rumors began flowing giving several causes of her death.

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Well, to calm the noisome rumors that have been making waves in social Medias and beyond, an autopsy which differs from the previous once confirmed that 45 years old Joan Marie Laurer died in her home in Redondo Beach, California, after taking several prescription drugs and alcohol. The report further stated that Chyna a mixture of painkillers, sleeping aides and alcohol were found in her system as it was reported the Los Angeles County Coroner.

More so, source has it that the late Chyna died after the group intake of drugs which included painkillers oxycodone and oxymorphone, as well as benzodiazepine drugs Valium, nordiazepam (a muscle relaxant) and temazepam (a sleep medication). Chyna was found in a bloody purge and foam coming out of her mouth and nose. After her corps has been discovered, her manager, Anthony Anzaldo said that she might have drugged herself to death.

Chyna’s manager said, “She was inappropriately taking her legally prescribed medication over the course of two to three weeks. On Sunday night, her body had enough,” he said. “Her normal amount was one thing, but over the course of time she was increasing, and not properly.”

“She had been a little emotionally strained. She was really confronting some demons and she may have been taking a little bit more than normal.”

“Every couple of days she’d be a little bit off of her game, a little loopy, like maybe she had taken too much but she was still coherent,” he continued. “It looked like she died peacefully in her sleep, there were no illegal drugs, no alcohol, and it wasn’t like her home was a mess.”

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