Lacey Evans made her return to WWE television earlier this year, following a long hiatus due to pregnancy. After returning to the company, she was largely used in feuds to put over other talent, but WWE decided to change up her gimmick once again. However, it seems Lacey Evans believes autism and ADD did not exist before, and even went on to defend the post in a couple of now-deleted tweets.

The former Southern Belle is no stranger to controversy. This is also true judging by the most recent Instagram story she shared. Evans shared a video of a conspiracy theory, which was from “Critical Health” The video in question features two men casting doubt on Autism and ADD diagnosis numbers, claiming that the two developmental disabilities didn’t exist before.

Evans was called out for sharing this post and dragged hard. Eventually, the Smackdown Superstar then took to Twitter and doubled down on what she had shared. She would end up deleting the tweets shortly after.

I watched a video on the impact of processed food is having on our children and I shared the video. yall are insane.


Side note. Like EVERYTHING else in life (headline is misleading). Watch the video. He literally says there has been huge difference in health since eating processed foods.

Lacey Evans also wants to join Sgt. Slaughter’s boot camp. It is not known why Lacey Evans would even share a video such as this and her deleting the tweets signify she realized what she had done. Regardless, we will keep you updated on this ongoing story. You may check out a few of the responses below.

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