WWE superstar Paige is the latest victim of cyber attacks after hackers leaked sex tape online. The year-old girl whose real name is Saraya-Jade Bevis said intimate pictures and videos were stolen from her phone and shared on the internet without her consent. WWE star Paige confirmed the theft to her followers on Twitter. Paige joins the list of celebrities caught up in hacking scandal like British actress Emma Watson and Hollywood star Amanda Seyfried whose private pictures and videos include controversial naked ones have been leaked and making rounds across many files hosting sites on the internet. Paige took to Twitter and confirmed of the theft of her private pictures.
WWE star Paige opens up about ‘stress-induced anorexia’ following sex tape leak
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In , the wrestler fell victim to a leak of private photos and videos , an event that had a hugely negative impact on her mental health. However, a chance encounter with a young female fan in a supermarket in Texas inspired Paige not to forego her career. It opened my eyes to so many things. I need to be successful for her. My whole journey was supposed to be about inspiring people. Paige announced her retirement from WWE in April
WWE Star Paige Opens Up About Mental Health After Sex Tape Leak
Not registered? Register here. The WWE star was one of the biggest names in wrestling when intimate videos of her were published in Paige, who signed a contract with the WWE in , has revealed that the videos made her hit "rock bottom" with the stress causing her hair to start falling out.
Former WWE superstar Paige has opened up about the negative effects a leaked sex tape had on her mental health. The former wrestler, who is actually called Saraya-Jade Bevis, said that the leak of private and intimate footage in led her to undergo therapy and suffer from 'stress-induced anorexia'. During the aftermath of the much-publicised leak she also suffered from depression and was forced to take time off work. Now, in an interview with Fox News , the year-old - who has since been forced to stop wrestling as a result of injuries - said it has been 'hard to stay positive' throughout her ordeal, and that the whole experience was 'so publicly humiliating'.