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Paige/Saraya makes horrific admission about leaked videos

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Former WWE Superstar and WWE Divas Champion Paige/Saraya recently revealed how her previously leaked videos affected her mental health.

The videos were originally leaked back in 2017 without the WWE star’s consent, and speaking on The Sessions with Renee Paquette, she revealed how it sent her spiralling in terms of her mental health.

“It was just the most awful moment of my life. The person that I was with at the time showed me a picture on Twitter. And I was just like, ‘Oh my God. Is that real?’ I couldn’t believe it was real at first, because I was 19 [at the time]” she began.

“I was completely f*cking mortified. I ran out of the house, and I just kept running. So I remember I was inside a f*cking bush, and I’ll always remember this, just sitting in this bush because I was like ‘If people recognize me, they’re going to know'” the former WWE Superstar continued.

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“I felt so stupid to have trusted this person at the time. So I have never done it since, that was a lesson I learned, and I’ll never be caught dead doing anything like that again” she revealed.

“But I felt so f*cking stupid and I felt so embarrassed, and I was already a cokehead at this time and loved to drink. That really got me to the point where I didn’t want to be alive anymore” Paige horrifically revealed.

“It was f*cking awful. I was just so f*cking sad, and I remember being like ‘If my dad is disappointed with me, I don’t think I could be here anymore. It got to that point” she concluded.

It was a terrible moment in the life of Saraya, but it is good to see that she appears to have now turned her life around for the better.

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