Nude photos of pro wrestlers Seth Rollins and Zahra Schreiber showed up on both Twitter and the WWE website last night, and it is causing a whole lot of problems with his fiancée Leighla Schultz. But could she have been the one to leak them in the first place?
The photos, separate selfies showing both Schreiber and Rollins nude (the latter with an erection) showed up on his and his fiancée’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts last night. Making things worse, since the WWE website has an automatic feed pulled from their performers’ Twitter accounts, the pics showed up there, too.
The pics, which have since been deleted, can be seen on Deadspin if you are so inclined. NSFW obviously.
But here’s the thing: Rollins denies he posted them himself, and his fiancée Leighla Schultz made some interesting comments on Facebook and Twitter that lead us to believe she could be the culprit.
In a series of Twitter and Facebook posts that have also since been deleted, Schultz shared what sound like possible texts from Rollins to Schreiber, including “I love you so much baby,” “I hate my life and my fiancée I just want to run away with you,” “I can’t stop thinking about you and your sleepy voice. I f***ing love you so much. You’re the best thing that has ever happened to me.”
She also tweeted “I definitely did Hahahaha” in response to something from pal Blaze Schoembs, but that thread was deleted, too. However, Schoembs is now trying to defend her pal by saying both Schultz and Rollins were hacked.
— Blaze (@I_am_blazer) February 10, 2015
If anyone was hacked, Rollins says it was him — and interestingly, he avoids any mention of Schultz in his statement.
I would like to apologize to all the WWE fans and my family and friends for private photographs that were distributed without my consent.
— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) February 10, 2015
Schreiber has so far remained mum on the stunt.
Here’s what we think went down: Schultz got suspicious that Rollins was cheating, went through his phone, found the pics and texts, and made a split-second decision to get revenge in the most public way possible. She has done nothing to deny it beyond deleting the messages, and the only one defending her is a random friend.
Lesson? Don’t sext-cheat on your girlfriend and not expect it to be all over the internet for days.