Adult tapes are becoming a more and more prominent problem in our society. At the same time, it does not look like many people are ready to discuss the issue.
Many celebrities have fallen victim to similar scandals, and in some cases, observers have seen that the results can be devastating.
WWE star Paige, real name Saraya-Jade Bevis, 26, was one of the most recently targeted celebrities, and according to recent reports, the situation has damaged her career and life severely.
Paige is reportedly suffering from mental health issues and has isolated herself from everyone around her.
The tape came out at the worst possible time for the star, as she had recently suffered an injury that prevented her from entering the ring.
The combined situation led to a deep bout of depression for Paige, who claims that she was unable to work or do anything at all.
She explained: "To be publicly humiliated like that was terrible, and I don’t wish that for anyone. I didn’t go to work; I didn’t do anything. I felt so rock bottom."
However, one day, an encounter with a young fan changed her perspective on the situation and opened her eyes to the fact that she still has value as a person.
The wrestling personality stated: "Of course, she didn’t have the internet and thought I was the most beautiful and most successful woman in the world. It opened my eyes to so many things. I was like, ‘I’m gonna let videos get in the way of things?’ I thought, what am I doing? I need to be successful for her. My whole journey was supposed to be about inspiring people."
Many have expressed their support over the months, and it sounds like Paige is gearing up to get her life back on track.
However, to the disappointment of those who have been following her around her WWE career, it does not seem like she will be getting back in the ring anytime soon.
Rather, Paige has expressed the desire to experiment with other activities surrounding the wrestling world where she could still carve out a niche for herself.
Admittedly, there are plenty of opportunities in the current state of the wrestling industry.