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    MISS ELIZABETH HULETTE PASSES AWAY MISS ELIZABETH HULETTE PASSES AWAY. WSB Radio & WXIA-TV in Atlanta both broke the following news story earlier this
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      "MISS" ELIZABETH HULETTE PASSES AWAY


      "MISS" ELIZABETH HULETTE PASSES AWAY. WSB Radio & WXIA-TV in Atlanta
      both broke the following news story earlier this morning. WSB Radio
      reported a woman was removed from the home of Larry Pfohl (Lex Luger)
      and rushed to the hospital at 5:30 this morning, the woman later
      died at a local Kennestone Hospital. The cause of death was not
      released. According to WSB Radio "an investigation is underway".



      A Cobb County Police Spokesman (Body Staud) did indicate no charges
      have been filed and the cause of death had not been determined as of
      yet. They also did comment on responding to a previous domestic
      disturbance call at the same residence back on Easter. Word online
      has leaked out that the identity of the woman is in fact that of
      former WWE & WCW Valet "Miss" Elizabeth Hulette. Elizabeth was
      living with Larry Pfohl (Lex Luger) and of course is the ex-wife of
      Randy "Macho Man" Savage.



      Luger was taken in to custody by local authorities this morning, but
      no charges have been filed against him. Luger was released from
      custody around 11:30 this morning. There is still an ongoing
      investigation in to this matter and we will bring more details as
      they become available. We will also have a column about "Miss"
      Elizabeth in the next issue of LEWD. Elizabeth Hulette was 42 years
      old.



      Dave Meltzer is reporting that local authorities have ruled out foul
      play and the cause of death right now is speculated to be an
      overdose. Meltzer said the cause of death will not be known for
      another 30 days or so when toxicology reports come back.
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