According to WSB Radio in Atlanta, a 911 call was made from Lex Luger's house that resulted in a woman going to the hospital. The woman eventually died later that evening. Here is a quote from NewsRadio 640 WGST regarding the story:

"A death investigation is underway at a home on Riverstone Parkway off Powers Ferry Road that, neighbors say, belongs to professional wrestler Lex Luger. Cobb County Police spokesman Body Staud says police responded to a call around 5:30 this morning of a woman sick at the residence. The unidentified female was transported to Kennestone Hospital where she later died. No word yet on the cause of death or the name of the woman who died. No charges have been filed. Police say they did respond to a domestic disturbance at this address on Easter."

More details on the Lex Luger story. We have now learned that the female wrestler involved in the incident at Lex Luger's home early this morning was former WCW valet and his long time companion, Miss Elizabeth.

Authorities responded early this morning to a 911 call placed by Luger (Larry Pfohl) when Elizabeth (Elizabeth Hulette) was rushed to a local hospital where she later died.

We have confirmed that Luger was taken into custody by authorities this morning; however, it is unknown whether any charges have been filed against him.