Kylie Rae and Tessa Blanchard have a lot of fans out there, but that comes with hardships as well. Rae and Blanchard were both victims of a cautionary tale we hear too often in pro wrestling. Someone jacked their identities and used them for their own devices.

Some pro wrestlers have fans so dedicated to them that they open up accounts posing as those stars. Some might mean no harm, but it is still deceptive. Others intend to bilk fans out of money through DM communications. This is much more concerning, especially when there are other nefarious intentions.

Kylie Rae took to Twitter and informed fans that a fake profile has been spotted posing to be her and Blanchard. This account is preying on young women and trying to get seductive photos in the name of “empowerment.”

Fake profile alert. Please help in any way you can.


To the person using my name to PREY on young women (or people, not sure), I am utterly disgusted with you.

I, and many others, have spent our entire lives trying to uplift people in this industry.

Hopefully, Kylie Rae will get the situation taken care of, but she still had to let fans know about it. The internet is a very dangerous place if you are likely to believe anything you are told.

It’s very sad and frustrating that this kind of thing is happening at all. Apparently, this account has also figured out how to get around Facebook’s abuse policies. They might have to figure out a different tactic after this tweet from Kylie Rae.

Felix Upton

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