Report Says Little Women: Atlanta Star Lost Control of Vehicle Before Crash

A new report says Lifetime reality show star Ashley Ross seemed to have lost control of her vehicle before she was killed last month.

The 34-year-old star of Little Women: Atlanta, who was also known as Ms. Minnie, veered across several lanes of traffic before she collided with another car, according to a crash report.

The accident occurred on April 26 on the Old National Highway in Atlanta.

Ross’ team had stated that she died in a hit-and-run.

However, online news outlets say the crash report indicates that Ross was at fault for the accident.

Eyewitnesses and the responding officer reported that she lost control while heading southbound.

She drove off the highway to the right and then quickly turned back to the left and then into another lane, police said.

Police released a graphic that suggests Ross drove into oncoming traffic.

She succumbed to her injuries at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Neither Ross nor the other driver was said to have been tested for drugs or alcohol.

It is likely that her cause of death will be listed as blunt force trauma.

The identity of the other driver was not made public. However, the individual reportedly sustained minor injuries.

Ross had been a member of the “Little Women: Atlanta” cast since the start of the series in 2016.

Her memorial service will be live-streamed on Saturday. It will take place at 1:30 p.m. EST

at John P. Franklin Funeral Home.

The family has requested that donations be sent to The Ms Minnie Memorial Fund.

Fans can also send flowers and cards.

If you suffered injuries in a crash or you lost a loved one in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Our Georgia auto accident law firm can help you to explore your options. Call today.


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