James Ellsworth Denies Allegations He Sent Explicit Photos To Teenager

James Ellsworth

Former WWE Superstar James Ellsworth is denying a teenager’s claim that he sent her nude photos of himself.

The teenager, who uses the Twitter handle @Kliqkid and describes herself as an aspiring pro wrestler from Boston, Massachusetts, made a series of tweets on Friday alleging that Ellsworth sent her a number of explicit images via Snapchat.

She claims to have met Ellsworth earlier this month at an indie show where she told the wrestler her age. She then allegedly asked Ellsworth for a follow on Twitter and he obliged. The girl claims he asked to follow her on Snapchat not long after and allegedly began sending her explicit photos.

She also claimed that multiple wrestlers hit on her and mentioned being called “cute” by former ECW star Sabu via Twitter’s Direct Messages system.

Ellsworth — real name — James Ellsworth Morris – quickly denied all allegations. He issued the following statement to WrestlingNews.co.

“I category deny all allegations, please direct all further communication to my attorney 410-841-4600,” the statement reads.

Ellsworth’s attorney then made a longer statement through the wrestler’s Twitter account.

The fan, who calls herself Kenzie, also tweeted a video explaining the situation, claiming that she would “never lie about something this serious.”

Sending or receiving a sexually explicit image to or from a person under the age of 18 is considered sexual exploitation, and can carry a criminal charge. The maximum sentence in Massachusetts for sending material considered harmful to minors is up to five years in prison, with a $1000 – $10,000 fine for a first-time offense.