Kayla Braxton Involved In Scary Situation, Ashley Massaro – WWE Note
Kayla Braxton had a scary moment as someone pretended to be her driver. Also, Ashley Massaro apologized to WWE before her untimely passing.
– There was recently a scary situation for WWE backstage interviewer Kayla Braxton. She was waiting for a car to pick her up from the airport when a man approached; claiming to be her driver.
Something seemed wrong and Braxton did not get in the car. Apparently, there are people pretending to be Uber and Lyft drivers as a away to lure women into their vehicles. Braxton is safe, but sent out the following message to warn others.
Ladies be careful at the airports when picking up Uber or Lyft. There’s people tricking woman into thinking they’re their ride and abducting them. A guy just tried it with me and I knew immediately what he was up to. Be aware and take all necessary precautions. It’s a scary world
— Kayla Braxton (@KaylaBraxtonWWE) May 18, 2019
– On Thursday, May 16, the wrestling world lost Ashley Massaro as she passed away at only 39 years old. The cause of death will not be made public, but police do not believe foul play was involved.
The former Divas Search winner worked for WWE from 2005 until 2008. She would later join a class action lawsuit with over 50 other wrestlers stating that WWE was responsible for concussions and other medical problems. The case was dismissed last September. Also, Massaro claimed she was sexually assaulted during an oversndseas tour in Kuwait, but WWE convinced her to not file charges. Wrestling Inc reached out to WWE and they sent them an email from October 2018, where Massaro apologized over the lawsuit as seen below.
Long after Ashley Massaro filed an affidavit, which WWE only learned of the contents after she passed away, Ashley sent an email to WWE on Oct. 20, 2018 – approximately one month after the Court dismissed all claims against WWE and sanctioned the lawyer who brought the suit against WWE, Konstantine Kyros, for repeated misconduct including pursuing false allegations. Below are a number of excerpts from her letter to WWE:
“I love WWE, you all were my family the whole time I was there…”
“The lawsuit got out of control very fast-I had been roped in by the lawyer representing the others…”
“I apologize that I was part of this class action suit and knew it was a bad idea but was convinced by the lawyer and I want to acknowledge that I should’ve contacted you guys before agreeing to be involved-i was basically poached. But I accept my part of the responsibility and just want to formerly apologize and express my regret.”
“You all changed my life and I couldn’t be more grateful…”
“Can you express my sincerest regret to Vince, Stephanie, Hunter and Kevin Dunn.”