New reports about late Ashley Ross's fatal accident have been obtained by "TMZ," and it appears the actress caused the crash.
On April 27, Ashley "Minnie" Ross of "Little Women" was involved in a car crash, and according to new reports, the crash was caused by Ross herself.
In the crash report, which was exclusively obtained by "TMZ," it was disclosed that Ross lost control of her car while driving on one side of a highway.
Ashley "Minnie" Ross at the Atlanta Ultimate Women's Expo on November 10, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
This was followed by a sudden swerving of the steering wheel to the right, which caused her car to go off-road. Minnie's car forcefully jerked back to the left before colliding with a vehicle on the opposite lane.
The report further went on to disclose that there were no drug or alcohol tests carried out on any of the parties involved. 34-year-old Minnie was resolved to be the cause of the fatal crash.
After being found unresponsive at the scene, the reality TV star was taken to "Grady Memorial Hospital where she gave in to her injuries.
Although there was no autopsy performed, Ross's cause of death will most definitely be listed to be associated with blunt force trauma from the accident.
Following the actress's death, her publicist, Liz Dixon, announced the news in an emotional Instagram post.
Ashley "Minnie" Ross is survived by her mother, Tammy Jackson, her aunt, Veronica Deloney, her uncle, John Deloney, and her grandmother, Rose Deloney.
A memorial service in honor of the late actress is set to be held on Friday. The event is slated to be held at the Olivet Baptist Church in Tennessee. The service is expected to begin by 6 pm.
All attendees will be mandated to use protective face masks while adhering to social distancing measures. This is to be done as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For those who might be unable to attend the memorial physically, the event will be live-streamed on msminniemedia.com as well as on her official Instagram page.
There are also reports that Minnie's "Little Women" co-stars have plans to honor her on the show once they resume shooting.
Ross is famous for her role as "Ms. Minnie" on the hit Lifetime show. She starred alongside Shirlene "Juicy" Pearson, Briana Barlup, Tiffany "Monie" Cashette, Emily Fernandez, and twins Amanda and Andrea Salinas since 2016.
Ashley "Minnie" Ross is survived by her mother, Tammy Jackson, her aunt, Veronica Deloney, her uncle, John Deloney, and her grandmother, Rose Deloney. She will surely be missed!