Last Thursday, Windham Rotunda, also known as Bray Wyatt passed away at the age of 36. The pro wrestling world still paying tribute to the late great superstar. On Friday and last night, WWE paid homage to Wyatt’s legacy.
TMZ obtained a law enforcement records yesterday, through which we learned more about Windham’s passing. The WWE superstar had faced numerous heart issues leading up to his death. The immediate family members told cops that Windham got COVID in March and developed heart complications. As a result, he had a “weak lower part of his heart.”
According to the records, the doctors have informed Windham to wear an external heart defibrillator (The device is used to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest). Windham had been hospitalized a week before his passing. At the time, doctors advised him to continue to wear the defibrillator. However, the investigators found that Windham wasn’t wearing the device at the time of his passing. The defibrillator was later found in his vehicle.
Last Thursday, Windham told JoJo Offerman (Windham’s girlfriend) that he was going to take a nap. However, JoJo heard Windham’s alarm going off an hour later without stopping, which worried her. She then discovered Windham wasn’t breathing and was turning blue. JoJo’s mother attempted CPR while she called 911. The WWE Superstar was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
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