Nudes of two WWE performers go viral – payback from an ex?

February 11th, 2015 by Staff

Rollins (right) and Schultz during happier times.


(New York Daily News) STAMFORD, Conn. – This social media melee beats any brawl you’d see in the wrestling ring.

Naked pictures of WWE wrestler Seth Rollins and a WWE model surfaced on several social media accounts Monday, in what appears to be an accident or a hack followed by a revenge post from Rollins’ scorned lover.

First, a nude selfie of Zahra Schreiber, a model and wrestler for WWE’s developmental branch NXT, popped up simultaneously on Rollins’ Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

The pic also appeared on WWE’s website, which automatically picks up posts from wrestlers’ accounts,Deadspin reported.

Soon afterward, Rollins’ fiancée, Leighla Schultz, uploaded naked pictures of the body-slammer’s naked body on her own Twitter account, and wrote “Zahara?,” misspelling the name of Rollins’ apparent mistress.

Schultz otherwise hadn’t tweeted since December 2013. She also wrote several posts on a friend’s Facebook page mocking Rollins and quoting things he may have said to Schreiber, such as: “I hate my life and my fiancée; I just wanted to run away with you.”
All of the pics, as well as Schultz’s tweet and Facebook posts, are now deleted.

Once the pics disappeared,Rollins tweeted on his account: “I would like to apologize to all the WWE fans and my family and friends for private photographs that were distributed without my consent.”

He didn’t say anything about how the Schreiber pictures surfaced.

Rollins joined a WWE developmental team in 2010 and is now considered one of the company’s most popular stars.

The WWE issued a memo to its wrestlers and other employees asking them not to publicly discuss the incident,WrestleZone reported.


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