‘Little Women: Atlanta’ star ‘Ms. Minnie’ Dies from Car crash at 34

Little Women: Atlanta
Little Women: Atlanta

Ashley Ross, the reality TV star of “Little Woman: Atlanta” known to fans as Minnie, died on Monday at the age of 34 after a car accident, her publicist announced.

Her publicist Liz Dixon said on Instagram on Tuesday morning, “It is with great sadness that we confirm on behalf of the Ashley Ross family, also known as ‘Minnie’ of Little Woman Atlanta.”

Dixon told NBC News that the Lifetime reality star was driving in the Atlanta area Sunday night when he was involved in a car accident. Dixin said she was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital, where she died Monday night.

He is survived by his mother, Tammy Jackson, and his uncles Veronica and John Deloni. Dixon wrote in his statement, “The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they cry during this difficult time.”

Dixon said the funeral has not been arranged yet and police are investigating the accident.

Ross was mourned by fans and co-stars of his online show, who were shocked and saddened by his sudden passing.

“I’m crying as I write this. I can’t believe my Minnie !!!! Why they took you away from us !!!! WHY !!!!” Co-star Amanda Salinas wrote on Instagram.

In a statement by People magazine, a representative for Lifetime and “Little Woman: Atlanta” said they were “deeply saddened” by the news.

The statement said, “Our deepest condolences to her family and friends. Ms. Minnie was an incredible talent and a special part of Little Woman: Atlanta. We will miss her dearly.”

Outside Atlanta, police in South Fulton said the crash involved a Nissan Sentra traveling south when the driver lost control of the vehicle, entered the north lane and hit the Ford Focus.

While officials did not reveal which car Ross belonged to and the other driver, they said the Nissan driver was taken to the hospital while the Ford Focus driver suffered only “minor injuries” and that the crash is part of an investigation course.

Many fans released Ross’s clip from “Little Woman: Atlanta”, whose show scenes were often viral.

The Twitter user wrote, “I’m really crying because I was such an iconic person that I can’t do now.”

“I can’t believe the news of Minnie’s death from Little Women Atlanta,” another wrote. “Thanks for the laugh Reena.”

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