Ashley "Ms. Minnie" Ross, the late star of "Little Women: Atlanta," caused the fatal car crash that led to her death, according to the official police report.
It appears that reality star, Ms. Minnie, was at fault for the fatal car accident that caused her tragic death last week, according to the official police report. It was announced that the Little Women: Atlanta star, whose real name was Ashley Ross, had passed away at the age of 34 after sustaining injuries from a hit-and-run car accident. The news was a sudden shock to her friends, family, and fans of the show, many of whom took to social media to mourn the loss of Ms. Minnie.
According to the official police report obtained by TMZ, Minnie had swerved off the road just prior to the fatal crash. Based on eyewitness testimony and the responding officer's observations, Minnie lost control of her car while driving on the highway, and attempted to regain control by jerking right, which caused her to briefly go off-road. She abruptly swerved back to the left, colliding with another vehicle in the opposite lane. While neither of the drivers were thrown from their vehicles, Minnie was found unresponsive on the scene, and would later be pronounced dead. The other motorist survived, but was rushed to the hospital with complaints of pain.
The report officially states that Minnie was at fault for the accident. It also indicates that no drug or alcohol tests were done on either driver. According to TMZ, an autopsy has not been performed on Minnie, nor are there plans to do so. Her cause of death will thus likely be listed as a result of blunt force trauma. Minnie's family is holding a memorial for her this weekend, allowing only ten of her closest loved ones to attend due to coronavirus restrictions. The event will be live streamed for those who wish to virtually pay their respects. RIP Ms. Minnie.