Alexa Bliss took to social media on Saturday (29 April) to rubbish claims that she has fallen victim to the nude celebrity photo scandal dubbed Fappening 2.0. The former WWE Diva and SmackDown champion has said the X-rated photos of hers that have made their way to the internet have been doctored.
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"Once again, the risqué photos on the Internet supposedly of me are bogus," the 25-year-old wrestler – who recently moved to Monday Night Raw from SmackDown Live in the "superstar shakeup" – said on Twitter. "I am offended and demand these altered photos be removed immediately".
Bliss' outburst comes after multiple reports have said that the X-rated photos appear to show the wrestler in comprising situations, and a number of X-rated websites running the images are claiming the images to be of her.
Days after British wrestler Paige's alleged nude photos and a threesome sex tape surfaced online, she acknowledged that her private photos were indeed stolen and shared without her consent.
"Personal and private photos of mine were stolen and unfortunately they were shared publicly without my consent," the 24-year-old wrestler - real name Saraya-Jade Bevis - wrote on Twitter on 18 March.
A few weeks later, the two-time Divas champion revealed that she thought about harming herself as she made a mistake by trusting people who took advantage of her when she was a young girl.
"I made a big mistake. Huge. I put trust in the hands of someone that took advantage of a young girl years ago. It was my mistake and I'll always take responsibility," Paige said on Twitter.
"The one thing that was the hardest was thinking 'my husbands gonna leave me' 'my family will disown me' but I'm blessed beyond words to have a family and a husband that stuck by me because they know who I am."