One of the videos features Paige with current WWE star Xavier Woods and former WWE star Brad Maddox.
Former WWE writer Brian Maxwell Mann spoke out on Twitter and weighed-in on the situation, noting it’s possible WWE might keep New Day off TV before they host WrestleManaia 33 in Orlando:
the precedent was set with Seth - talent shouldn't be punished for stolen content. ignore the leaks and move on. https://t.co/xVX5OB71Du— Brian Maxwell Mann (@BrianMaxMann) March 18, 2017
can't speak for Philly but I hope Brooklyn behaves themselves. wrestling crowd are a unique beast though. could see New Day kept backstage. https://t.co/REPatEOO7F— Brian Maxwell Mann (@BrianMaxMann) March 18, 2017
As for the futures of Woods and Paige in WWE, because the company is publicly traded, and Linda McMahon currently holds a position in the Trump Administration, it’s possible there could be ramifications. However, because Paige did not wilfully leak the photos and videos, and she was a victim of a hacking, it’s possible WWE will take no action against her.
As of this writing, WWE has not issued an official statement on the matter.
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