NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - Former WWE star and Long Island resident Ashley Massaro, 39, died Thursday of 'non-criminal causes,' according to Suffolk County Police.
Fellow wrestler Mick Foley seemed to confirm the news via Twitter.
"This is just awful news - Ashley Massaro is gone. She was only 39. She lived in the same town as me...I loved seeing her around. She was always so nice...and now she’s gone."
On Wednesday, the blonde beauty posted a message to the social media site about answering fan mail.
"Just answered a ton of fanmail so you guys should be receiving them soon! Love ya punx🤘🏼🖤"
Massaro was ten days shy of her 40th birthday when she passed.
She had won the 2005 RAW Diva Search. She left WWE in 2008.
She had worked as a radio host and graced the cover of Playboy and Maxim.
She also competed in reality TV competition 'Survivor: China' in 2007.
Earlier in the year, she had returned in the independent circuit.
On Thursday, WWE legend Ric Flair was hospitalized after suffering a medical emergency and would be having a procedure Friday, according to his wife, Wendy Barlow.