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Ex-WWE star Sara Lee dies aged 30

 Sara Lee, an ex-WWE star and Tough Enough winner, has died, according to her family. The 30-year-old wrestler spent a year with the company before moving to the independent scene.

Sara Lee, the winner of WWE's Tough Enough, has died, according to her mother.

Lee, 30, competed in WWE's Tough Enough, a reality competition show in which contestants competed for the chance to sign with the WWE.

Lee, who competed in the most recent sixth season, went on to work for WWE from the time she won the show until September 30, 2016, when she was let go.

Lee's mother announced the tragic news on Facebook, sharing the news with "heavy hearts" that Lee had died at the age of 30.

"It is with heavy hearts that we wanted to share that our Sara Weston has gone to be with Jesus," Lee's mother wrote in her post. We are all in shock, and the preparations are still incomplete.

"We respectfully request that you allow our family to mourn." Cory and her children, in particular, require our prayers."

Lee's WWE career began with her appearance on the developmental show NXT, where she made her in-ring debut in a six-woman tag team match.

She was released several months after the match and worked on the independent wrestling circuit until her death in 2017.

Lee, a mother of three who is married to fellow ex-WWE talent Wesley Blake, was trained by WWE legends Billy Gunn, Booker T, and Lita before making her Tough Enough debut in 2015.

Lee worked for WWE under the ring name Hope, and her first competitive match in the company was a loss to retired WWE wrestler Alicia Fox.

She and Blake had three children together, including Piper Weston, who was born on May 1, 2017.

Brady, their second child, was born on February 27, 2019.