WWE star Maryse could be the latest victim of hackers as fear over her nude photo leak grows

     

 

Another female WWE star may have fallen victim to hackers, who in recent months have leaked nude photos of numerous female celebrities.

Maryse has been deemed the latest victim of The Fappening 2.0, with images said to be of The Miz's wife posing topless circulating on internet forums.

It is not known if the woman in the photos truly is Maryse, or if the photos have been doctored. The Raw star is yet to make a comment on the alleged leak.

The news just days after Charlotte Flair's private photos were hacked and leaked on the internet. The daughter of WWE legend Ric Flair confirmed that the X-rated photos were of her as she issued a statement on social media demanding the removal of the explicit images.

"Private photos of mine were stolen and shared publicly without my consent. These images must be removed from the internet immediately," the four-time WWE women's champion wrote on Twitter on 4 May. She later removed the tweet.

Paige was the first WWE star to be hit by hackers in recent months, after nude images and a video of her engaging in a threesome were shared online. The 24-year-old British wrestler — real name Saraya-Jade Bevis — wrote on Twitter: "Personal and private photos of mine were stolen and unfortunately they were shared publicly without my consent."

A few weeks later she claimed she had made a mistake by trusting people when she was young.

"I made a big mistake. Huge. I put trust in the hands of someone that took advantage of a young girl years ago. It was my mistake and I'll always take responsibility," she said on Twitter.

Summer Rae and former WWE stars Kaitlyn and Melina were also been hit by the nude photo scandal. There were rumours that private images of Alexa Bliss had leaked online –but she has since rubbished the claims.

"Once again, the risqué photos on the Internet supposedly of me are bogus," Bliss said on Twitter. "I am offended and demand these altered photos be removed immediately".