The winner of the 2015 WWE “Tough Enough” took amphetamines, alcohol and sleeping pills, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiner.
Pro wrestler Sara Lee’s death has been ruled a suicide, Texas medical examiners said Friday, finding that the 30-year-old had ingested a fatal cocktail of alcohol and drugs.
Lee, best known for winning the 2015 WWE “Tough Enough” reality television series, died on Oct. 5 at her home in San Antonio, officials said.
Her death has been ruled a suicide by “mixed drug toxicity” as amphetamines, doxylamine and alcohol were all found her in system, a spokesperson for the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office told NBC News on Friday.
Lee, a native of Hope, Michigan, won a one-year, $250,000 WWE contract in the competition’s sixth season.
“Sara lived for 30 years. And she lived a lot of beautiful moments in those 30 years,” sister-in-law Courtney White said in a statement to NBC News on Friday night.
“Her death was a very short chapter in a very beautiful life. A chapter that needs no explanation or comments. Seven months ago today she left us and the details matter no more then, than they do now.”