Katie Glass - Personal Life

Personal Life

Glass moved in with Moolah at age of 17. She lived with Moolah for over forty years (and with Mae Young beginning in 1991), until Moolah died. Moolah and Glass had a mother–daughter relationship. Glass even referred to Moolah as "Ma". In 1999, Moolah introduced Glass as "my damned midget" on The Daily Show hosted by Jon Stewart.

Glass attends the Gulf Coast Reunion in Mobile, Alabama every March.

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