Former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) women’s champion Chyna was found dead at her home in Redondo Beach, California, police confirmed.
The body of Chyna, whose was originally named Joan Marie Laurer, was discovered by police on Wednesday this week. She was just 46.
A fresh post on her website states, “It is with deep sadness to inform you today that we lost a true icon, a real life superhero. Joanie Laurer, aka Chyna, the 9th wonder of the world has passed away. She will live forever in the memories of her millions of fans and all of us that loved her.”
Just a few days before the WWE star Chyna was found dead, she posted a video online in which she appears disorderly as she wanders around her house.
In the YouTube video, Chyna appears wearing headphones she narrates as she prepares and drinks a breakfast smoothie. Occasionally, she sings into the camera and at one point she says “How lucky am I?”
The former wrestling star’s death is still under investigation. However, investigators have already said that foul play doesn’t appear to be a factor. An official from the county coroner’s office indicated that a drug overdose could be the cause of her death.
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