Just a week after filing for divorce from her estranged husband Bray Wyatt, the WWE star’s wife Samantha Rotunda reportedly opened up about the former’s alleged cheating. On Sunday, Rotunda shared a message addressing Wyatt’s alleged affair with WWE ring announcer JoJo Offerman.
“Its quiet, kids are napping and left alone in my thoughts I realize #ihateyou …the bubbly love, the tingles, the butterflies when you walked into a room…all gone. You made not a mistake but a year and a half in the making, life-long decision, in front of the world that will forever change me and our girl’s lives. You were selfish; out and about with no care to who saw you two together. You hurt me, crushed me, shattered my world. YOU were my world; our world; #kingofourcastle…you lost us, our family we worked so hard to make and protect. You made a choice. I hate you for hurting us; in due time you’ll see what you’ve lost. I was loyal, faithful, and loved you for you not who you became. We found love when we had nothing and created a home, a family, a life together; you will never have that again. #lovedyouwhenyouwereanobody #ihateyou #youbrokemyheart #soulmatesnomore #youruinedus #imadeapromisetogod #a—— #stayathomemom #divorcesucks #cheatinghusband,” the message read, according to PopCulture.
However, the message could not be seen on Rotunda’s Instagram or Facebook accounts. It is believed the message may have been taken down. Just hours after the message surfaced online, some Twitter users reacted to Wyatt’s cheating scandal.
Last week, Rotunda filed divorce papers in Hernando County to end her five years of marriage with Wyatt. In the court documents, Rotunda demanded their marital home, child support, and alimony — along with “majority” custody of their children, according to reports.
At the time, Rotunda’s high-profile Miami lawyer, Ray Rafool, told the Daily Mail he obtained phone records showing Wyatt is maintaining “continuous contact” with Offerman.
“Samantha is saddened by the divorce as she and the husband have been together since college,” Rafool said. “But she hopes that all may be resolved amicably and as soon as possible so that she and their daughters may move forward with their lives.”
In a counter-petition for divorce, a lawyer for Wyatt claimed that Rotunda made “defamatory statements about the husband to several people in the community in an effort to ruin his reputation.”
Rotunda responded to Wyatt’s request for an injunction, via a statement from her attorney saying: “It is a shame that the Husband would make such false claims and attempt such media gaming. Ms. Rotunda will not only prove Husband’s allegation and claims are nothing more than a media ploy and endeavor to create an offense to defend his adultery and misdeeds. … Husband’s deceitful allegations and defamatory statements are decidedly an attempt to pull the wool over the public’s eyes when his antics and affairs become more public.”