#2 Posted on 31.8.15 1252.22 Reposted on: 31.8.22 1259.01
She attempted to defend the images too, which probably didn't speak well of her.
The internet is forever kids. Remember that.
The internet is forever, but it's so massive it's hard to find anything unless you're looking for it. This keeps coming up with NXT people and people aspiring to be NXT people - and others specifically looking thru their accounts to see if there's anything interesting in there.
WWE's hyper focused on social media, but only paying attention to the new stuff coming out. I'm sure there must be some business who can do social media background checks, and it seems like something WWE ought to be doing before even bringing people in for tryouts. Not that a dumb message from four years ago should immediately disqualify someone, but WWE could at least advise people to take down material before it gets noticed.
(In the mean time, I wonder how many indy people try deleting everything in their history just to be safe.)
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#7 Posted on 31.8.15 2324.06 Reposted on: 31.8.22 2329.01
Zahara was the one exposed by Seth Rollins' hacker (or more likely, girl with a hacker friend) ex-fiance as sending nudes back and forth to him right? Now two previously deleted pictures of hers pop up on instagram mysteriously. I don't think you need a Mystery Van to figure out the root of this exposure.
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#8 Posted on 1.9.15 0537.28 Reposted on: 1.9.22 0539.30
Are there any pictures of the time JBL nearly got arrested in Germany for doing the Nazi salute during a match?
Edit: Of course, it shouldn't be surprising to find out that TMZ was off the mark. According to Bleacher Report she didn't delete the photos until after she was fired. Bleacher Report makes it out as if they were the ones that found the photos and publicized them, which is possible since they posted them a few days ago.
The swastika thing could possibly be played off as a legitimate interest in history. Her use of the slurs faggot and mongoloid will be a bit more difficult to explain, however.
Also, Seth Rollins was never hacked. He was just stupid enough to leave his accounts accessible to his fiancee. (Or, more accurately, stupid enough to have things on his accounts that he wouldn't want his fiancee to see.)
Oh, and there's video footage of JBL doing the Nazi salute. If I were her, I'd go after the WWE with a gender discrimination suit for continuing to employ JBL while firing her, considering what he did was illegal. (To be clear, I'm not saying I feel it's a matter of gender discrimination, I'm just saying that's the logical thing to do from a professional standpoint. Plus, from what I hear, a majority of fans want JBL off commentary.)