Sara Lee's final eerie post before her death at age 30.
Sara Lee's final Instagram post was published just one day prior to her unexpected death, and it detailed her recent health struggles.
The WWE superstar died suddenly at the age of 30, according to an Instagram post by his family.
The unfortunate news regarding the former winner of Tough Enough emerged on Friday night. The cause of death is currently unknown.
"However, the celebrity had only posted a day earlier and was thrilled to be feeling active again.
The Sun reports that Lee shared a mirror selfie taken in the restroom of her gym.
Her Instagram caption featured a clapping emoji and a party hat emoji.
She wrote, "Celebrating finally being healthy enough to go to the gym two consecutive days."
"My very first sinus infection kicked my posterior #Saraselfie #gains."
Sadly, it was her final post for her 103,000 followers.
On Facebook, Lee's mother confirmed her daughter's passing, writing, "It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that Sarah Weston has gone to be with Jesus.
"Everyone is in shock, and arrangements are not yet finalized. We request that you allow our family to mourn in privacy.
"All of us require prayer, but especially Cory and her children,"
Fans from all over the world flooded the family of the deceased wrestler and television personality with condolences.
Kayla Braxton, a WWE star, posted a link to a GoFundMe page for Sara Lee's family along with a heartbreaking message.
What a beautiful person we've lost, how heartbreaking," Kayla wrote.
"And leaving behind three young children and a husband who constantly expressed his undying love for her.
"I'm so so sorry. Simply heartbreaking"
The former wrestler was married to former WWE superstar Westin Blake, whose real name was Cory Weston, and had two children with him.
During the 2015-16 season of the reality television show Tough Enough, Lee rose to fame.
Participants were required to undergo professional wrestling training and compete for a WWE contract, which was awarded to the show's winner.
After winning the contract and receiving it from WWE chief Triple H, she joined WWE's developmental brand NXT and participated in a number of live events.
However, she was let go from the company only a few months later.
In contrast, Sara and her husband celebrated their December 2017 wedding.
In May of that year, she gave birth to the couple's first child, a daughter.
In February of 2019, the couple welcomed their second child, a boy, into the world.