NXT UK Superstar Toni Storm was the victim of a recent privacy attack, as photos and a video of the 23-year-old superstar were leaked online, forcing her to completely shut down her social media accounts.
But the pro wrestling world has responded online. Talents in and out of WWE, as well as a legion of fans, have taken to Twitter to voice their support of Storm using the hashtag #WeSupportToni, which trended worldwide Wednesday night and offered fans from all around the world the opportunity to show their love for the star.
This is not the first time a WWE Superstar has faced this sort of controversy of course. Former SmackDown General Manager Paige was the victim of an attack on her privacy as well and the same is true of Charlotte Flair.
WWE has not commented on the Storm situation. Toni has indeed disappeared from social media and it’s unknown if or when she will decide to return.
Retweet to keep this hashtag trending. Toni deserves it. https://t.co/ZhzHCxxnW5
— Jordynne Grace (@JordynneGrace) January 2, 2019
Toni Storm is an amazing performer and more importantly, a good person. I am sickened by what she has had to endure. The harrassment and invasion of privacy in our society needs to stop. NOW! #WeSupportToni
— Mauro Ranallo (@mauroranallo) January 3, 2019
Recently the EVE locker room said goodbye to Toni Storm as she embarked on the next step in her career.
— EVE – Women's Pro Wrestling (@ProWrestlingEVE) January 3, 2019
We all have your back. Love you. #WeSupportToni
— David Starr (@TheProductDS) January 3, 2019
Always #WeSupportToni 💖
— Vicky Haskins💋 (@VickyHaskins) January 3, 2019
I urge you to be kind to eachother. we’ve all been in situations where other peoples words and actions have affected us negatively. People who are in the eyes of the public aren’t excluded from experiencing pain caused by others. Consider the possible repercussions #WeSupportToni
— Dahlia Black (@blahliadack) January 2, 2019
No matter what #WeSupportToni ❤️
— Jinny (@JinnyCouture) January 3, 2019
Stay strong @tonistorm_ love you 🖤 #WeSupportToni
— Charlie Morgan (@charliemorganuk) January 2, 2019