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Lars Sullivan accused of harassing a woman on social media

Lars Sullivan returned to SmackDown
Lars Sullivan returned to SmackDown
R. Nath
Modified 14 Oct 2020, 09:02 IST

Lars Sullivan made his WWE return on the recent Draft Special episode of SmackDown. It was his first appearance in around 16 months, where he attacked Jeff Hardy and Matt Riddle. However, the trouble just doesn't stop for him, as Sullivan has now been publicly accused of harassing a woman on Instagram.

The emergence of Lars Sullivan's past comments on a blog, which had racist and homophobic overtones, didn't mark the end of his trouble. It also subsequently came to light that he had previously participated in adult films.

Despite all of this, WWE stood by him and he was kept away from television for a long time, even though he had recovered from his injury.

Perhaps the COVID-19 situation also had a part to play, but things have turned bad again. has publicised the account of Annika Naidoo-Fuge, a Yoga instructor who Lars Sullivan used as a personal trainer for a while. She stated that while it wasn't bad at first, Sullivan started making several advances on Instagram.

You can read the screenshots in the link above, with Annika providing clear evidence that Lars Sullivan was constantly approaching her inappropriately. She was initially seen trying to humor him, but when he asked her for a private photo that she decided to tell him off.

She blocked him and refunded his money, and later told Bodyslam that she is a professional and encourages women to speak up.

What does this mean for Lars Sullivan's WWE career?

One would imagine WWE has gotten wind of this by now, and it will be interesting to see how they react. Lars Sullivan hasjust returned and we imagine that WWE has, or had a plan for him.

Whether he will be quietly taken out of TV or simply made to continue, we can't be sure.

Published 12 Oct 2020, 07:36 IST
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