As most of you are aware, WWE Superstar Paige was part of a recent leak of stolen, very personal photos and videos being dubbed “The Fappening 2.0.”
Very explicit photos and videos, including several sex tapes, were released without her knowledge or consent.
Paige, real name Saraya-Jade Bevis, as well as her mother and fellow wrestler Xavier Woods, who appeared in one of the videos, all addressed the leak in their own way shortly after it happened.
Many wondered how the leak of these photos and videos would affect both her career in the WWE as well as her relationship with her fiancé, wrestler Alberto Del Rio – now known as Albert El Patron.
The second question has now been answered as Del Rio took to Instagram on Monday night to issue a statement…
I doesn’t matter how many times you try to break us… is not gonna happen… we were harassed by a company we still are… cause you don’t fool me MF’s I know I was you trying to destroy us… destroy my baby… she’s better stronger than all of you pieces of 💩 We are getting married Wednesday … Have a nice and go and F… yourself hatters
Based on that statement we now know that not only is their relationship firmly intact they will be getting married on Wednesday. It also happens to feed speculation that Paige and WWE may not be able to resolve their differences any time soon.
Paige, who has been recovering from surgery and will featured in a film produced by The Rock about her family called Fighting With My Family, also issued a new, more emotional and lengthy statement regarding the stolen videos.
“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. The one thing that was the hardest was thinking ‘my husband is 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. As my husband says ‘you may feel like the devil is throwing you into a storm, but just remember, you are the storm’.”
“And he’s right. But we are human.”
“Unfortunately people don’t see it that way when they are behind a keyboard. They don’t think that we have feelings or that we don’t suffer.”
“Not only was I a victim of viral humiliation but a victim of cyber bullying.”
“I had days where I wanted to physically harm myself. Not only for what millions was telling me but because my family and my husband were suffering the same fate from the internet because of my mistake.”
“It made me and Alberto wonder how people who aren’t as mentally strong as us can handle this? How many people have to suffer because of the internet and the cowards behind the keyboard.”
“Or how many men and women have fell into the same trap as me and made those mistakes?”
“That’s why we are taking this massive negative and making some kind of positive. We wanna bring those people to justice and also take down the ones who are trolls, with lack of a better term.”
“Bring awareness. Bring help to those who don’t have the tools or the mental strength to do this themselves. To show men and women alike to always think about their future before they do something that may cause a butterfly effect later in life.”
“Now I know through all of this is. No one will make me feel bad about my mistakes, I already know what they are already and I already feel bad. But Alberto and I together can also make a change. My mistake could help people’s futures. Think. Before you act.”
“Anyways. Onwards and upwards. Only happiness. No longer talking about anything. Just looking into the future and being happy! I mean come on, I’m getting married? How can I not be happy!!!!”
Naturally, because people are filth, the Twitter responses to her message was met with numerous despicable remarks and photos.
Be better internet. Just one time, okay?