Dana Allegedly Leaving Ultimate Warrior Before His Death?

Dana Allegedly Leaving Ultimate Warrior Before His Death?

An individual by the name of Jay Hellwig, who claims to be the brother of the Ultimate Warrior, took to Facebook to make several accusations about Warrior’s wife Dana.

Jay said that he spoke to Warrior before his death and the impression he got was that Dana was about to take the kids and leave Warrior before his passing because Warrior was out of money. He also explained why Warrior’s passing is the best thing to happen to her, among other things. Here is what he wrote:

“You know I’ve tried to post quite a few things since Jim’s death and for some reason she either blocked some or I don’t now they get erased but I know I talk to Jim a short time before his death in the impression I got was he was getting ready to be left by his wife and his kids because he was out of money if people only knew what a fake person this lady is fake fake fake fake fake and I don’t say that lightly. This is going to sound really crude but Jim passing away was the best thing that ever happened to Dana she called my mom 1015 times a day for the first couple days until she realize that the money was there since and not a word not a word if people really knew what type of person she is they would not give her the time a day she was going to leave him because he was broke I met her when she was 22 straight out of college she turned her back on her own mother for money. And now to see her stand up like she has something to say that’s worth listening too it’s pathetic it is pathetic like I said Jim dying was the best thing ever happened to her why do you think he went back to WWE so his wife wouldn’t leave him. People are going to believe what they want I had nothing against her until I talk to Jim did that last time they were at Disney World and they wouldn’t even slow down so he could keep up walking with them I could hear the hurt in his voice I believe in karma and I believe Dana you’re going to get what’s coming to you believe me I’m not trying to convince people that Jim was any kind of Saint he was controlling self-centered narcissist but he was my brother.”