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

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



(CNN)Reality TV star Ashley Ross, known as Ms. Minnie on Lifetime's "Little Ladies: Atlanta," died Monday from wounds continued in a car crash, her marketing specialist Liz Dixson told CNN. 


Ross was engaged with a mishap in Atlanta around 11 p.m. Sunday and died almost 24 hours after the fact at Grady Dedication Clinic in Atlanta, Dixson said. She was 34 years of age.


Ross is made due by her mom, grandma, auntie, uncle and other relatives, as indicated by Dixson.

"Ashley was a sweet and kind individual with a major heart. She was a supporter for St. Jude and young ladies," Dixson said. "She will be associated with her infectious grin."

Dixson additionally shared an announcement on the star's Instagram page. "It is with significant trouble that we affirm in the interest of the group of Ashley Ross otherwise known as 'Ms Minnie' of Little Ladies Atlanta has capitulated to wounds from a deplorable attempt at manslaughter car crash today at 34 years old," the announcement said. "The family deferentially requests their protection as they lament during this exceptionally troublesome time."


CNN has not had the option to affirm that the destructive mishap Ross was engaged with was an attempt at manslaughter and has connected with police for more data.

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