PAINFUL EXIT: Former TNA Star Passes Away — Our Sincere Condolences Go Out To…

She is dead but still alive as her death continues to buzz the media and the wrestling world time and time again.

Everyone has been speaking and saying a thing or two about her death; wrestling fans and non-wrestling fans alike. But what keep baffling the WWE Universe is how her death came to be and the controversies that surround her personal life.

Stephanie McMahon, Triple H (her former boyfriend), Jeanie Clarke, ex-wife of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, Jim Ross are just a few of those who have made remarks about the painful demise.

Now, it seems she is one star with quite a number of fans despite her involvement with pornographic film.

However, report just reaching us indicates that back then in November 2015, her lifeless body was found outside of her Redondo Beach, California apartment but the report wasn’t made public then for whatsoever reasons.

According to TMZ, the Police got a phone call stating that a woman lying unconscious at seven in the morning and on arrival they found Joanie ‘Chyna’ Laurer.

These were the state the police met her in; bloodshot eyes, slurring her speech and smelling of alcohol. Upon enquiry, she honestly told the police that she couldn’t make her way into her apartment because she was intoxicated with alcohol – hence she decided to sleep outside.

She was therefore booked for public intoxication as the police found her too drunk to hold and take care of herself.

In her possession was approximately $20,000 cash which she said the earned at an autograph session.

And just on April 20th, the lifeless body was found in her Redondo Beach, the same apartment where she was found unconscious earlier in November 2015 — the cause of her death is still being investigated although “accidental overdose” has been said to be the likely cause.

Before we draw the curtain close as per this report, worthy to note is that Chyna was signed to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in 2011 after she left New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) in 2002 and WWE in 2001.

More to come on Chyna’s death as our condolences go out to her family, friends, colleagues and fans…