The late WWE wrestler Sara Lee committed suicide

The official autopsy of the late WWE Wrestler Sarah Lee confirmed that the cause of his death was suicide. According to the documents, Sara had high levels of alcohol, amphetamines and doxylamine in her system.

According to earlier reports, Sara’s family suspected that alcohol played a significant role in her death. Her mother, Terri Lee, announced Sara’s death in a Facebook post last year, to the shock of her wrestling fans.

Sara is survived by her husband, Cory James Weston (professionally known as Westin Blake), and three young children, Piper, Brady and Case. Blake took to Instagram to share his memory of his late wife, calling her “an angel walking this earth.”

Read on to learn more.

An autopsy confirmed Sara Lee’s cause of death

Sarah Lee
Instagram/Sara Lee

The official autopsy report from the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Sara Lee’s cause of death. The autopsy report prepared by the NBC Newsit turned out that the former pro-wrestler had committed suicide.

According to the documents, Sara had lethally high levels of alcohol and pills in her system, as well as taking amphetamines and doxylamine. There were scratches on Sara’s head and body parts, which were also examined during the autopsy.

The report notes that the bruises may have been caused by falls while intoxicated. Based on TMZSara also left “letters of intent” at the location where her body was found.

The family already suspected alcohol as a factor

Sarah Lee
Instagram/Sara Lee

During an interview in March People Magazine, a source shared that Sara’s family suspected alcohol was a major factor in her death. It was revealed that the wrestler had been “drinking heavily (the night she died)” and that her body was found by her husband, Cory James Weston.

The source said: “He (Westin) just got back from Orlando. He took the children somewhere, then came back and found her. It was sudden.” It was also explained that Sara was never “the kind of person you would think would do that”. The insider added that there was “never any sign” of Weston or his family.

Sara Lee’s mother confirmed her death

Sarah Lee
Instagram/Sara Lee

In October, Sara’s mother Terri Lee shocked the world when she announced her daughter’s death. Facebook post. He expressed that their entire family was “shocked” by Sara’s death and were working on funeral arrangements. However, the post did not mention the circumstances of Sara’s death.

Terri wrote: “It is with a heavy heart that we wanted to share that our Sara Weston has gone to Jesus. We are all in shock and the arrangements are incomplete. We ask that you allow our family to mourn with respect. We all need prayers, especially (Sara’s husband) Cory and his children.”

Following the news of her death, WWE shared a post paying tribute to Sara. It read: “WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of Sara Lee. As a former “Tough Enough” winner, Lee has inspired many in the world of sports entertainment. WWE extends its deepest condolences to his family, friends and fans.”

With her death, Sara left behind her husband and three children, five-year-old Piper, three-year-old Brady and 14-month-old Case. Weston is also a professional wrestler like Sara and goes by the ring name Westin Blake.

Westin Blake pays tribute to his late wife

Sarah Lee
Instagram/Sara Lee

Blake shared an emotional tribute to his wife Instagram a few days after his death. In the post, the pro-wrestler called Sara “an angel walking this earth” and shared that he loved her from the first time they were together. He described Sara as “beautiful, compassionate, strong and so loving.”

Blake also wrote that Sara blessed him with “the most beautiful children I could imagine.” She said that she is more than a mother and is also “a motivator, a best friend, a sister, a daughter, an aunt, the backbone of our family and (my favorite), my wife.”

He also wrote that despite their loss, death will never erase the beautiful memories they made during their time together. Blake concluded the tribute by saying, “I can’t promise I’ll stop grieving, but now I know you’re free. I can’t thank you enough for giving me the best years of my life so far.”

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