Ashley ‘Ms. Minnie’ Ross Caused Fatal Car Accident, Authorities Say
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Police say Ashley Ross, known as “Ms. Minnie,” was at fault for the car accident that tragically took her life at age 34.

Per the crash report obtained by TMZ on Wednesday, the “Little Women: Atlanta” star was traveling southbound on Old National Highway in Georgia the night of Sunday, April 26.

According to eyewitness testimony and the responding officer's observation, the reality TV personality reportedly lost control of her Nissan Sentra, causing her to jerk her steering wheel right.

After reportedly going off-road, Ross forcefully steered left, striking a Ford Focus on the opposite lane.

These findings are consistent with the City of South Fulton Police Department’s preliminary investigation.

Ross was found unresponsive at the scene and was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital, where she died the next day.

The driver of the Ford Focus reportedly suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital after expressing complaints of pain.

No drug or alcohol tests were reportedly administered to either driver.

Additionally, the Fulton County Medical Examiner told TMZ that an autopsy was neither performed nor is planned for Ross, whose cause of death will likely be listed as blunt force trauma from the collision.

Despite the crash report’s ruling, Ross’s management alleged she “succumbed to injuries from a tragic hit and run car accident” as stated in an April 27 Instagram post.

On Saturday, May 9, Ross’s family will celebrate her life in a ceremony that will be livestreamed on www.msminniemedia.com at 1:30 p.m. EST.

Per TMZ, 10 of her closest loved ones will attend the in-person memorial due to social distancing guidelines.

The family is accepting flowers, cards, and donations to the Ms. Minnie Memorial Fund.

The outlet also reports that the cast of “Little Women: Atlanta” will honor Ross when production on the Lifetime television show resumes.

May Ashley rest in peace.

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