WWF star Chyna was found dead at 46 on April 20 her death is a shocking for her devotees, new report that authorities are investigating the reason of sudden death because prescription and bottles were found at her house.
A new report claims that friends hadn’t “heard from [Chyna] for a few days,” which caused alarm. Now police are investigating the 46-year-old’s death so see if there was any foul play.
Chyna was discovered dead in her Redondo Beach, Calif., flat after a friend check on her and discovered her “unresponsive” in her bedroom, according to TMZ. Her departure is apparently being investigated as a potential overdose. There were no illegal drugs found at the scene, according to the report although prescription pill bottles were discovered.
As of now there does’t seem to be any indications of foul play. Chyna, whose actual name is Joanie Laurer, was the first woman to enter the Royal Rumble and was one of the top WWF stars.
After her passing this message appeared on her Twitter account: “It’s with deep sadness to tell you that we lost a real-life superhero, a true icon. She will live forever in the memories of her millions of fans and all of us that loved her.”
She went to wrestle in that country in 2002, after she left the WWF. Joanie later went on to a foray in the porn industry, making six popular pictures from 2004-2013, but she never regained in the ring.
HollywoodLife.com obtained a statement in the WWE after her sudden death: “WWE is saddened to learn of reports that Joanie Laurer, best known for competing in WWE as Chyna, has passed away. Chyna, a eye-catching and wildly talented performer was a true sports entertainment leader. WWE extends its condolences family, lovers and friends.”