On a recent edition of “The Cruz Show Podcast,” former AEW Women’s World Champion Saraya revealed that her sex tapes leaking online was the darkest period of her life.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On the period of when her sex tapes were released: “It was about 6 or 7 years ago and I had the tapes come out. Like I had this revenge porn put out on me and I was addicted to coke and pills and I drank a lot.”
On how rough that time was for her: “So that was like my lowest, lowest point and I felt like I couldn’t go out in public and everyone was making fun of me and roasting me…I was surrounded by people that weren’t good for me, weren’t healthy, wasn’t in the best relationship at the time, didn’t have the group of friends that I have now and so it was really, really rough.”
Saraya won her inaugural AEW Women’s World Championship this past August at AEW All In 2023 in her home country of the UK.
She lost the title back to Hikaru Shida last month on AEW Dynamite: Title Tuesday.
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Former AEW Women’s World Champion Saraya recently opened up about the darkest period of her life when her sex tapes were leaked online. In an interview on “The Cruz Show Podcast,” she revealed the emotional and psychological toll it took on her.
According to Saraya, the incident occurred about 6 or 7 years ago when revenge porn was released featuring her. She admitted that during that time, she was battling addiction to drugs and alcohol, which made the situation even more challenging to cope with. Saraya confessed to being addicted to cocaine, pills, and excessive drinking.
Describing it as her lowest point, Saraya shared how she felt unable to go out in public due to the humiliation and ridicule she faced. The leaked sex tapes subjected her to public mockery and left her feeling isolated. She also acknowledged that her circle of friends and relationships at that time were not healthy or supportive, exacerbating the difficulties she faced.
Despite this dark period, Saraya managed to turn her life around. She went on to win the inaugural AEW Women’s World Championship in August at AEW All In 2023, representing her home country, the UK. However, she lost the title to Hikaru Shida last month on AEW Dynamite: Title Tuesday.
Saraya’s story serves as a reminder of the impact that cyberbullying and revenge porn can have on individuals’ mental health and well-being. It highlights the importance of support systems, healthy relationships, and seeking help during challenging times.
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Remember, it’s crucial to treat others with respect and empathy both online and offline. Cyberbullying and revenge porn can have severe consequences on someone’s life and mental health. Let’s strive to create a safer and more compassionate digital environment for everyone.