Some wacky stuff is going down in the wrestling world tonight, reminding everyone of the number one rule of social media: only bad can come from it.
Things began when a since-deleted nude selfie of Zahra Schreiber—a model/wrestler for NXT, WWE's developmental branch—showed up on WWE star Seth Rollins's Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts:
(The photo was also seen briefly on WWE's website, which automatically grabbed a feed from Rollins's Twitter account.)
Seemingly in retaliation, since-deleted nude selfies of Rollins then appeared on the Twitter account of his fiancée, Leighla Schultz:
Some websites have asserted that Rollins was hacked—though, to be clear, there is no evidence of a hacking other than the general assumption that he isn't dumb enough to post nudes of a woman that isn't his fiancée on his social media accounts—but it seems pretty clear Schultz was not hacked. Here is her response to someone who suggested otherwise on Twitter:
There is also this Facebook post, which is (as of now) still up. Check out the comment from Leighla Schultz, in which it sounds like she is mockingly quoting Rollins.
Finally, Wrestling News has another screenshot from Jessica McMahon's Facebook account that has been deleted:
This could be something as simple as it looks—Rollins posted a nude selfie he had of a woman that isn't his fiancée, and his fiancée responded by posting nude pictures of him and making fun of him on Facebook with her friend—or something as complicated as the wildest story you can imagine. It is wrestling, after all.
Update: Rollins has tweeted a statement.