Reports indicate that Chyna was really struggling before her April 20 death, and the video above where she was reportedly filming a documentary.
TMZ reports that neighbors in Redondo Beach, CA called the cops around 7 a.m. in November 2015 after finding a woman unconscious in the bushes. When police arrived on scene, they found Chyna, in front of the building. She apparently slurred her words, smelled of booze and had bloodshot eyes.
Police questioned the late wrestler and she claimed she slept outside because she was struggling with her keys. She also had nearly $20,000 with her that she claimed she earned from an autograph signing gig.
Paramedics were called to the scene and determined that Chyna was still too intoxicated to take care of herself so she was booked for public intoxication.
According to Chyna's manager, Anthony Anzaldo, the former WWE women's wrestler passed away thanks to a lethal combination of Valium and Ambien, per LA Times.
"Chyna had been taking the legally prescribed pills over the course of three weeks, but wasn't using them properly, he said. Her death was the result of an accidental overdose, Anzaldo insisted, not suicide."
According to the Chyna's manager via People Magazine, Laurer likely passed away from an overdose on Monday, a full two days before her body was found. While Laurer had not talked to anyone since Sunday, she did send out a tweet on Monday suggesting that she was alive until at least then.
It was reported then that her death was believed to be a result of an accidental overdose, rather than a suicide.