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“Was It R*pe? No” – Shaul Guerrero Issues Statement On Her Sister’s Claims

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• “Was It R*pe? No” – Shaul Guerrero Issues Statement On Her Sister’s Claims

Eddie Guerrero and Vickie Guerrero’s daughter Sherilyn Guerrero claimed on TikTok that her stepfather s*xually assaulted her in 2020.

After Eddie passed away in 2005, Vickie ended up marrying Kris Benson in 2015.

Sherilyn revealed that she told Vickie and her older sister Shaul Guerrero (aka former NXT Diva Raquel Diaz) about what Kris did to her, and neither did anything about it.

She wanted to share this story because she received messages from fans asking why she doesn’t have a relationship with Vickie.

Sherilyn also claimed that she’d like to have a relationship with Vickie, but Vickie chose her husband and ended up blocking her daughter.

Vickie then took to Instagram to end her relationship with Sherilyn, while telling her side of the story (tap here for details).

Shaul has now issued the following statement on Instagram:

“I am deeply saddened at the state my family has been in for years. What my sister stated happened on the cruise was true. She did get SA’d by my stepfather. SA is NEVER okay and she has every right to talk about it. Was it rape? No. But it was unwanted touching which is absolutely unacceptable and traumatizing.

This incident tore an even deeper wedge into our family than what was there before. My mother and sister have had a deeply tumultuous relationship for years, same with my sister and I. After this incident on the cruise we all went into various forms of therapy in order to heal.

My sister has led the public to believe we abandoned her after the SA which is not true. The family went into various forms of therapy and Mom & Kris helped Sherilyn get on her feet again by helping her financially as they have done for Sherilyn since she was 22. Does this solve the wounds? Absolutely not, but she was not abandoned after this incident.

In response to my sister saying I have left her alone and blocked communication:

I don’t owe anyone an explanation for the steps I take for my own mental health. But I will defend myself when prompted.

My relationship ended with my sister years later (after the SA). I had to block communication after she continued to verbally and emotionally abuse me during arguments and when I came down to Houston to help her in recovering for a surgery.

During that trip Sherilyn’s abuse was so intense I had leave her home (which was fine to leave her home alone for an hour) so I could try and gather myself. I tried to drive to a show in San Antonio but was riddled with panic attacks. My husband flew me home and I pulled out of shows because that abuse combined with my already unwell state led me to have some serious suicidal ideation. Sherilyn till this day uses the fact that I had to leave our argument as ammunition saying I ‘abandoned her’.

Barely understand let alone the fans that think they know our family. I’m so sad that we are dealing with all of this hurt publicly now. I hope the family that is supporting you will hold your hand and give you the support you need.

That family does not include me due to the verbal and emotional abuse you have subjected me to over many years. My boundaries matter just as yours do and until you agree to meet with a therapist to work this out, then we will continue to heal separately.

I hope you find healing.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 5, 1987) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1987, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Ohio Center in Columbus, Ohio and included pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments featuring the 1987 WWF Superstars.

The card can be found right here:

The Islanders vs. “Iron” Mike Sharpe & Al Navarro

The Honky Tonk Man vs. Sivi Afi

Billy Jack Haynes vs. The Gladiator

Kamala vs. Sam Cody

Ron Bass vs. Joe Mirto

Greg Valentine vs. Jerry Allen

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