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Chyna's GoFundMe Set Up By Manager A Scam, Says Chyna's Mother

Posted By: Thomas Lowson on Apr 24, 2018

Chyna's GoFundMe Set Up By Manager A Scam, Says Chyna's Mother

The mother of former WWE Star Chyna has blasted a GoFundMe set up by her former manager as a scam, according to WrestlingNews.

Anthony Anzaldo has been in possession of the ashes of the former Women's Champion for two years, and last week, set up a GoFundMe account for a burial plot for her urn next to Wizard of Oz actress Judy Garland. 

He said: "I really think she would love it there [The Hollywood Forever Cemetery]. There are several celebrities buried there and placing her right next to Judy Garland would make Chyna happy I'm sure."

However, Chyna's mother Jan LaQue has said Anzaldo did not respect her wishes, and cares only for himself.

"I allowed him to keep 3/4 of them initially with the understanding and agreement on his part that all 3/4 of them would be scattered in the Pacific ocean... Obviously, that didn’t happen," she has written in the GoFundMe comments. 

"I have had enough dealings with Anthony Anzaldo to know that he could care less about Chyna’s fans."

LaQue also stated that a legally binding letter from 2016 says Anzaldo must discuss any burial plans with her, which never occurred. 

Anzaldo's campaign has so far raised $35 out of it's $25,000 goal.

Chyna passed away April 20 2016 of a drug overdose. 


Source: WrestlingNews
Tags: #wwe #chyna

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