Little Women Atlanta’s Ashley “Ms. Minnie” Ross’ Memorial Will Be Live Streamed, New Details About Car Accident That Killed Her Released

Little Women Atlanta’s Ashley “Ms. Minnie” Ross’ Memorial Will Be Live Streamed, New Details About Car Accident That Killed Her Released

Update #2 (May 6): More reports are surfacing about the deadly car accident that killed reality star Ashley “Ms. Minnie” Ross last month.

According to reports, Ms. Minnie is said to be the one to have caused the crash.

According to officials, Ms. Minnie was allegedly swerving when she hit another car in the opposite lane. She’s said to have lost control of the car before she quickly turned the wheel to the right. She allegedly veered off the road before getting back on it, but was still unable to regain control. Instead, she, unfortunately, hit a car and ultimately suffered fatal injuries.

While she was unresponsive when authorities arrived at the scene, the driver in the other car said they suffered severe pain.

There is no autopsy, but her specific cause of death will reportedly be blunt force trauma. Her memorial will be aired on live stream, due to the current coronavirus pandemic, on Saturday, May 9th.

Original Story: Very sad news. “Little Women: Atlanta’s” Ashley Ross, referred to as “Ms Minnie” has sadly died. She was 35. The news was announced on her social media account. The message reads,

It is with profound sadness that we confirm on behalf of the family of Ashley Ross aka “Ms Minnie” of Little Women Atlanta has succumbed to injuries from a tragic hit and run car accident today at the age of 34. The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time.

According to reports, she was injured when her car collided with another vehicle in Atlanta on Sunday, April 26th. She sadly passed the following day, Monday, April 27th, at Grady Memorial Hospital.

We wend our condolences to her family and friends.

Authored by: Kellie Williams