August 30, 2019
Terry Madden, the boyfriend of Jessi Combs, has finally spoken out on the fatal and sudden death of his girlfriend. In an Instagram post, Terry put up a collage of pictures and video clips, showing the moments they shared while she was alive.
He wrote a heart-melting tribute to accompany the video, saying:
"So I don't know how to say any of this but it all needs said. I have never loved or been loved by anyone as much as this amazing woman @thejessiecombs she was truly my unicorn, and I enjoyed every single minute that I with her…"
Terry further stated that her cause of death was a horrific accident. According to him, he was the first to arrive at the scene, and everything humanly possible was done to save her life.
The TV personality, Jessie Combs, died in a car crash on August 27 while she was attempting to break her 2013 record of 398 miles per hour. The record earned her the name "fastest woman on four wheels."
Her boyfriend admitted that he was not okay, but would go on because he promised her that he would do things right if things didn't go well.
Although still grieving, Terry pleaded with fans to hold off on donations as they are trying to create a better platform. He promised the funds would be channeled into doing beautiful things around the world.
"But until you hear it from me, please wait. I don't want dome ass-hole profiting of this (already had one try to sell us a video)."
Her last moment before the car crash was revealed in a picture released on twitter. Combs is seen putting both hands together in a prayerful manner and showing gratitude to a crowd of fans. The caption reads:
"I just want to thank all of you for your support and loyalty. That's all. Have a nice day :)."
Several followers commented on the heartbreaking post, expressing their deepest sympathies. A follower said:
"Jesse was always a bright spot on a cloudy day. She will be truly missed."
Another one said:
"RIP Jessi. Beautiful woman, role model, queen of speed. Died doing what she loved. You will be missed!"
Combs was a pacesetter and pioneer for women drivers. She had a very illustrious career and was a pacesetter when it came to first-time achievements as a woman. May her soul rest in peace.