NXT Diva Zahra Schreiber has been released by WWE after a trail of bad press this week which saw her condemned for an old Instagram photo of pro-Nazi artwork.
The tattooed diva caught all the headlines back in February when she was at the forefront of Seth Rollins leaked photo's when his ex fiance leaked both Rollins and Schreiber's pictures after she found them on his phone and believed he was having an affair.
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Today she was in the news again when a chain of racist tweets about Disney princesses went viral on Twitter and it seems WWE caught wind of them before her release yesterday.
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These posts went into detail about her dislike of Princess Tiana (from the Princess and the frog) and the fact that she thought she was the most hated princess.
The Nazi pictures were of a pony which was wearing an armband that contained the Swastika and a picture of the Swastika itself. She then followed this up with the comment:
"The Swastika means prosperity and luck, it was around way before Hitler turned it into an icon, take it how you want I couldn't care less, this is to funny."
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Zahra made her NXT debut over the weekend at a live show where she was introduced as Solomon Crowe's sister. This was set to be a turning point for her after many months of waiting on the sidelines.
It now seems to have all been for nothing because WWE have released her with the reasoning being "due to inappropriate and offensive remarks."
Zahra was last seen at NXT Takeover Brooklyn when she accompanied real life boyfriend and dual WWE World Heavyweight and United States Champion Seth Rollins to the event and was pictured at ringside.
Zahra and Seth Rollins are still yet to comment on the situation, but as with Hulk Hogan it seems that WWE are not allowing any superstar to be an exception when it comes to racist and offensive remarks of any kind and once again they have proved this.
Do you agree with her release? Should WWE have fired her for pictures and comments made year before she signed for them? Have your say in the comments section below...
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