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Aloisia/Isis the Amazon Responds to Recent Nude Photos Claims

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In an earlier post by Bix, he explained that the rumor going around is that Isis the Amazon, going by Aloisia in the WWE, has been taken off of NXT because of nude photos of her on the internet. Aloisia has responded to these claims via her official website:

"When I first received my offer from WWE, they asked me to fill out a "Talent Information Form" providing them with information about myself and my background. One of the questions was, "Have you ever posed nude?". I answered "No" to this question, because that’s the truth. If they had asked me if I ever posed suggestively, I would of course have answered "Yes", but there’s a big difference between suggestive and nude. As to the question of whether this was why they took me off the show, that’s something you’d have to ask them. Perhaps it was a factor in their decision, but I honestly don’t know their entire thought process, as they’ve communicated very little to me about this. From what I’ve been reading on various blogs, it seems that they may have had a political motivation to get me off the show, but again, you’d have to ask them."

She posts a think to the pictures that are in question here in the full post on her site. You can find them here, although some of them are not safe for work. She says that she isn't nude in the pictures but if you look through them some of them can definitely be seen that way. They are suggestive and I would say that she is being a bit misguided in saying that there is a big difference between suggestive and nude.

Of course, the WWE hasn't said anything about this as of yet and they are playing it off so we think it's a work but it would make total sense that they would yank her for this due to the Linda McMahon campaign as Bix suggested. We know they have an issue with whether or not their talent have appeared nude before because they ask the question to them, as Aloisia states. This could be because the WWE likes to be the ones to exploit their women stars as opposed to anybody else.

More on this as it becomes available.

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