During tonight's episode of Monday Night Raw, Seth Rollins' social media accounts posted nude photographs of Zahra Schreiber, a wrestler who recently signed with NXT. It appeared to be the result of a hack, though that is unconfirmed, and the pictures were quickly removed within minutes of posting.
However, not long after they went up, Rollins' fiance, Leighla Schultz, or someone purporting to be her, posted nude photos of Rollins' on the Schultz Twitter account.
After Raw went off the air, Rollins addressed the situation, offering an apology:
I would like to apologize to all the WWE fans and my family and friends for private photographs that were distributed without my consent.— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) February 10, 2015
Let's be clear: Rollins should not be apologizing for what has happened here. Regardless of what is going on behind-the-scenes that led up to this, information no one currently has either which way, it is absolutely not okay for someone to release photos of Rollins nude without his consent.
This is the victim apologizing for being victimized. That's truly unfortunate, no matter the circumstances leading up to it.