Wrestler Daffney Unger passes away; they release details of death

September 5, 2021 by archyde

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This week wrestling was shaken by the death of its exponent Daffney Unger, who was found dead at 46 years of age in one of her homes by authorities in Gwinnett, Georgia. This news came hours after the same athlete made a live broadcast through Instagram in which she was emotionally affected.

It was Thursday September 2 when he apparently took his own life, since during the live he did in said social network, the American gave her emotional damage to be understood with phrases to her followers.

Don’t you understand that I am alone? Don’t you get it? he mentioned while holding a gun and added: “Remember, my brain goes to Boston”, phrases that were interpreted as a call to his possible suicide.

Daffney, whose real name was Shannon Spruill, He was part of wrestling companies such as WWE, WCW, TNA and Shimmer Wrestling, the latter was the one that announced his death.

We are very sad to announce the passing of Shannon Spruill, also known as Daffney Unger. We publish this at the request of your family. Respect their privacy at this time of trial“he posted on social media.

The chronology of the events

According to the TMZ portal, Unger was wanted by Norcross, GA police elements for a welfare check, but they were treated by her mother. Hours later they returned and, after receiving no response on their first attempt, they decided to insist.

When they returned the second time, they realized that the fighter’s car was there, so they insisted again, but this time they decided to go to the fire department

Upon entering his room, they found Shannon’s body in his bed and with a gunshot wound to his chest., along with the arming that apparently appeared on his live broadcast.

Although the cause of his death has not been made official, it is known that he suffered from mental health problems that had affected his behavior in recent weeks.

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