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Inside Chyna's Tragic Final Days

WWE wrestler Joanie "Chyna" Laurer put her final moments on display when she posted a bizarre video of herself to YouTube on Sunday, shortly before she was discovered dead at age 45.

In the 13-minute clip that she put online at 6:40 a.m. on April 17, Chyna wears headphones and is in her Redondo Beach, Calif., apartment, which overlooks the ocean.

Chyna starts off the video talking about the importance of drinking water in a groggy and slurring voice after downing an entire bottle of orange liquid.

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She then wanders aimlessly out to her balcony to check out the surfers, telling the camera that "it takes me a minute to get started."

Chyna then goes into how she wanted to start a food delivery business but ran into trouble with regulations as she makes herself a smoothie.

The wrestler, who reportedly died of a possible overdose, reveals in the video: "I've been having fun because I feel like I can express myself, talk to my friends ... it's really been helping me a lot."


After more rambling, Chyna, with gooey green smoothie coating her lips, finishes her "breakfast of champions."

"Anyway, y'all good morning," says the sports star, who had a troubled history of addiction and mental health issues. "Have a wonderful day. I'll keep you posted throughout the day. I hope it will be a quiet day and a nice day."

She then tells fans to wake up — or to just stay in bed all day since it's the weekend.

Her last words to viewers: "Love y'all. Peace."

Chyna posted one final message on Twitter the following day: "#MotivationMonday," she wrote April 18, two days before she was found dead. "Make it a great day everyone! Get your fitness on!"



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