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Have nude photos of Trish Stratus leaked online? After explicit photos and videos depicting Paige in sexual situations surfaced online due to hackers, rumors have spread that this scandal involved other women in wrestling, including Trish Stratus. Click here for more.
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Have nude photos of Trish Stratus leaked online?
After several photos and videos depicting WWE Superstar Paige in highly sexual situations emerged online due to hackers, rumors began to swirl that this scandal involved other women in the wrestling world.
It all began on March 17, 2017, when explicit images and videos of Paige leaked online.
That same day, Paige said private photos belonging to her got stolen and shared without her consent.
“Personal and private photos of mine were stolen and unfortunately they were shared publicly without my consent,” Paige said in a statement on Twitter.
In the days after the leak, explicit material ranging from topless bathroom selfies to X-rated videos showing other current or former WWE Superstars began to emerge online.
WWE Superstar Summer Rae is one, while nude photos of former WWE Superstars Melina Perez, Victoria, Kaitlyn, and Maria Kanellis also leaked online — Kanellis would return to WWE in June 2017.
These leaks are part of a large hacking scandal that has resulted in personal photos of celebrities being stolen and distributed online.
A few days earlier, intimate photos of actresses Amanda Seyfried and Emma Watson began spreading on the dark corners of the internet. The leak — dubbed “The Fappening 2.0” in reference to a similar celebrity hacking scandal from 2014 — has targeted many other famous names.
In the midst of the scandal, rumors spread that hackers had targeted other wrestlers and more material was forthcoming.
“There have been claims that others will follow,” Dave Meltzer said in his report on the scandal in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
The claim turned out correct as nude images of WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair leaked online in May 2017.
“Private photos of mine were stolen and shared publicly without my consent,” Flair said in a statement on Twitter. “These images must be removed from the Internet immediately.”
The photos show Flair taking several nude selfies in front of a mirror with her cell phone, which got fitted with a WWE-branded case.
Naturally, this has fans wondering if Stratus is one of the leak victims.
While it seems possible that nude photos of Stratus could leak online since she’s obviously not shy about showing some skin, it hasn’t happened … yet.
In 1999, Sable became the first WWE Diva to pose nude for Playboy, but she was far from the last, as Torrie Wilson and Chyna also posed. These Divas laid the groundwork for Christy Hemme, Candice Michelle, Ashley Massaro, and Kanellis to join Hugh Hefner’s list of cover girls. Naturally, this has wrestling fans wondering if Stratus would follow in their path.
“Not interested at all. It’s just not my style, like, you know, sitting there nude and posing for magazines, it’s not my style [laughs],” Stratus said when asked if she would pose for Playboy during a 2011 interview.
“Um, I actually like, and I’ve always said this, I mean, you know, you could probably go quote me a 100 times, but, I want at the end of the day, I want people to be like, ‘Oh, that’s Trish Stratus the best women’s wrestler ever,’ rather than, ‘Oh, that’s Trish, that’s the one on the Playboy cover. You know what I mean?
“It’s just not important, it has nothing to do with wrestling to me. I was in wrestling to be a women’s wrestler and to be the best wrestler and, you know, champion; check and check. Ah yeah, Playboy‘s nothing to do, it’s just not my thing.”