As noted, 2005 WWE RAW Divas Search winner Ashley Massaro passed away at the age of 39 on Thursday.

Authorities still have not released official details on Massaro’s passing but they responded to a “rescue call” from Massaro’s home in Smithtown, NY on Thursday morning at 5:23am ET. She was then taken to a local hospital and passed away there. Police did not suspect foul play and they classified her death as non-criminal. The Suffolk County Medical Examiner confirmed that they received the body and were investigating. We will know more when they release the autopsy results.

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley remembered Massaro and recalled seeing her around town. Foley wrote, “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. #RIPAshleyMassaro”

Torrie Wilson and Lisa Marie Varon are two of the former WWE Superstars that were close to Massaro as they came from the same era. They both remembered Massaro on social media.

Varon wrote, “My heart is so sad for the loss of my good friend, @ashleymassaro . She will be missed greatly. Rest In Peace”

Torrie wrote, “I can’t even begin to explain how devastated I am to hear about @ashleymassaro11 – legit one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. When we fall into a dark place it can seem like it will never change but if you are there PLEASE keep hope & reach out for help.”

Current WWE 205 Live Superstar Maria Kanellis remembered her “Playboy BunnyMania Lumberjack” match at WrestleMania 24 with Massaro against Melina and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix, who won the match. She wrote, “I have no words. Ashley was my tag partner at Wrestlemania. My sometimes road wife. We did countless photo shoots and press days together. It seems like yesterday Ashley was a major part of my life and then our worlds changed and now she is gone. Im heartbroken for her family.”

Massaro worked for WWE from 2005 until 2008. She announced back in March that she was planning a comeback to the sport. She would have turned 40 on May 26 and leaves behind a daughter.

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