Alexa Bliss has taken to Twitter to publicly call out and respond to an individual harassing herself and her fiance.
The initial message the former RAW and SmackDown Women’s Champion would respond to read:
“@AlexaBliss_WWE And I do know you better than you think like your allergic to strawberries you love to sing and dance you love video games you love coffee pastries your mom’s name is Angela Kaufman your dad’s name is Bob Kaufman I know these things cause I do love you”
The harasser in question has posted a litany of concerning tweets – including one aimed at Bliss’ fiance, Ryan Cabrera, saying he’s “in trouble” as well as accusing Cabrera of sexual assault but providing no evidence to back up the allegations.
Bliss would respond to one tweet, stating:
“Sir, once again for the one millionth time. You do not know me. I do not know you. We have never spoken & we have never met. Stop making multiple accounts every time I block you, and stop harassing my fiancé. I really don’t know how many more times I can say this. Please MoveOn”
Sir, once again for the one millionth time. You do not know me. I do not know you. We have never spoken & we have never met. Stop making multiple accounts every time I block you, and stop harassing my fiancé. I really don’t know how many more times I can say this. Please MoveOn
— Lexi Kaufman (@AlexaBliss_WWE) January 30, 2021
The original poster would then respond with a screenshot of a text conversation with someone he seemingly claims to be Alexa Bliss – which the WWE Superstar would respond to again, saying “Sir. Once again. That is not me. You do not know me or have my number. I’m sorry to say someone has been scamming you. If I were you I’d cut off contact with whoever that is.”
Following that tweet, Bliss would respond again, showing compassion by calling for people to not attack the poster and be kind with their words when responding.
Everyone on this thread. Attacking him is not the answer either. Be kind with your words.
— Lexi Kaufman (@AlexaBliss_WWE) January 31, 2021
The concerning tweets, and Bliss’ response to them, come just months after WWE Superstar Sonya Deville’s home was reportedly broken into by an individual who seemingly had the intention of kidnapping her. Deville would take time away from WWE, only returning recently.