WWE NXT UK women’s wrestler Toni Storm had leaked photos hit online and the rash of publicity caused her to leave social media behind.
However, the good news for the 23-year-old WWE superstar is that she has the full support of her fellow professional wrestlers behind her.
Toni Storm leaked nude photos
Storm, who won this year’s Mae Young Classic, had nude photos stolen by hackers and dropped online for all the world to see. She then moved quickly and deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts.
This is a tough time for this to happen since she is just now rising to prominence in the WWE. She won the Mae Young Classic at WWE Evolution in a great match against Shirai.
This came after she lost out on the inaugural WWE NXT UK Women’s Championship to Rhea Ripley.
The good news is that the WWE has made it a policy not to punish their wrestlers for photos or videos that are stolen and leaked by hackers.
This has happened to a number of superstars, some of which came to the defense of Toni Storm after the leaked photos.
A hashtag was quickly created online #WeSupportToni, so while she left social media after the leaked photos, her fans and friends came out on Twitter to support her.
If anyone knows how damaging hacked leaks can be, it is Paige. She had a live sex video she shot that involved her, Xavier Woods and former WWE superstar Brad Maddox involved in a threesome.
Paige took to Twitter to offer her support.
#WeSupportToniStorm from someone that has experienced the same thing I strongly support you girl. It’s gonna be hard and people are gonna be mean because they don’t understand. But you’re a strong, talented woman. You’ll get through this. Your future is too bright to be dimmed.
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) January 3, 2019
WWE Monday Night Raw commentator Renee Young also came out in support of Storm, asking people to start behaving more like humans.
#WeSupportToniStorm we’re here for you girl. The internet can be a nasty dark place. I really hope certain things in this world start to turn around. Invasion of privacy is a very scary thing. Let’s all behave a little more human, please.
— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) January 3, 2019
A number of other WWE superstars also tweeted out their support with the #WeSupporToni hashtag as well, including Tyler Bate, Mia Yim, Jordynne Grace and NXT announcer Mauro Ranallo.
Fans can see Toni Storm next in action as she battles Rhea Ripley for the WWE NXT UK Women’s Championship on January 12 at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool.