Rising WWE star Toni Storm deleted all of her social media accounts Wednesday, following a hack assault that appeared to leak private photographs of the wrestler on-line.
Nude photographs of Storm had been launched within the hack, based on The Solar. She has since deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Fellow WWE wrestlers backed the NXT UK celebrity on-line and used #WeSupportToniStorm of their tweets.
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“#WeSupportToniStorm we’re right here for you woman. The web generally is a nasty darkish place. I actually hope sure issues on this world begin to flip round,” broadcaster Renee Younger wrote in a tweet. “Invasion of privateness is a really scary factor. Let’s all behave a little bit extra human, please.”
Saraya-Jade Bevis, who goes by the moniker Paige, additionally tweeted her help for Storm. Bevis was additionally a sufferer of a hack assault in 2017.
“#WeSupportToniStorm from somebody that has skilled the identical factor I strongly help you woman. It’s gonna be laborious and individuals are gonna be imply as a result of they don’t perceive,” she wrote in a tweet.
“However you’re a powerful, proficient girl. You’ll get by way of this. Your future is just too vibrant to be dimmed.”
Storm is a rising star in WWE’s abroad proving floor NXT UK. She received the 2018 Mae Younger Traditional and was labeled the “subsequent large factor in girls’s wrestling” by WWE star Mark Henry, based on The Mirror.
She is ready to face Rhea Ripley in a singles match for the NXT UK Girls’s Championship at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool on Saturday.