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‘Little Women: Atlanta’ star Ms. Minnie dies after car crash

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'Little Women: Atlanta' star Ms. Minnie dies after car crash

Actuality tv star Ashley Ross, referred to as Ms. Minnie on Lifetime’s “Little Women: Atlanta,” died Monday from accidents sustained in a automotive accident, her publicist Liz Dixson informed The News Observers.

Ross was concerned in an accident in Atlanta round 11 p.m. Sunday and died practically 24 hours later at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Dixson stated. She was 34 years outdated.
Ross is survived by her mom, grandmother, aunt, uncle and different relations, in response to Dixson.
“Ashley was a candy and sort individual with an enormous coronary heart. She was an advocate for St. Jude and younger ladies,” Dixson stated. “She will probably be remembered for her contagious smile.”
Dixson additionally shared a press release on the star’s Instagram web page. “It’s with profound disappointment that we verify on behalf of the household of Ashley Ross aka ‘Ms Minnie’ of Little Women Atlanta has succumbed to accidents from a tragic hit and run automotive accident at this time on the age of 34,” the assertion stated. “The household respectfully asks for his or her privateness as they grieve throughout this very troublesome time.”
The News Observers has not been capable of verify that the lethal accident Ross was concerned in was a hit-and-run and has reached out to police for extra data.
“Little Women: Atlanta” actuality TV star Ashley Ross, identified to followers as Ms. Minnie, died on Monday at 34 after a automotive accident, her publicist introduced.

It’s with profound disappointment that we verify on behalf of the household of Ashley Ross aka ‘Ms Minnie’ of Little Women Atlanta has succumbed to accidents” her publicist, Liz Dixson, said on Instagram early Tuesday morning.

Dixson advised The News Observers  that the Lifetime actuality TV star had been driving within the Atlanta space on Sunday night time when she was concerned in a automotive accident. She was delivered to Grady Memorial Hospital, the place she died on Monday night, Dixson stated.

She is survived by her mom, Tammy Jackson, and aunt and uncle, Veronica and John Deloney. “The household respectfully asks for his or her privateness as they grieve throughout this very troublesome time,” Dixson wrote in her assertion.

In a statement to People magazine, a representative from Lifetime and “Little Women: Atlanta” said they were “deeply saddened” by the news.

Hassan Zia is an accomplished News writer & working journalist in the industry for over 5 years. At Pakistan print media he established his skills in writing and publishing multiple news stories of daily reporting beats ranging from crime, drama, business, entertainment. An activist at heart Zia believes in sensitizing audiences on issues of social justice and equality. Using powerful technique of storytelling on humanistic themes: women, children, labor, peace & diversity etc. his work underpins the causes he’s concerned about. Besides being known for his activism and community work Zia is also associated with renowned universities as a visiting faculty member for over 3 years now. His academic background is a Masters in Mass in Communication.

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