The Twitter Stalker Of WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss Threatens To Show Up At Her Home In Florida

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Alexa Bliss is a WWE superstar who has millions of fans around the world.

The Columbus, Ohio native has been a part of the WWE’s main roster on both Smackdown and RAW since 2016, and has played a variety of roles on WWE television.

While there is plenty of scripting in professional wrestling, Bliss has been undergoing a very real situation for some time now, dealing with a very real and very scary stalker who has been trying to get close to her.

It’s not the first time a very beautiful WWE diva has been stalked, as it was just last year that wrestler Paige had to deal with the same situation.

WWE diva Sonya Deville also had a stalker break into her home and attempt to kidnap her along with her best off-screen friend Mandy (Amanda Rose Saccomanno) Rose.

Police were able to arrest the stalker after Deville and Rose escaped.

Bliss is now dealing with a stalker of her own, a man who has been harassing her using multiple Twitter accounts and sending tweets about her fiancé, Ryan Cabrera.

Using the Twitter handle “Albert Little,” (AlbertLittle666 on Twitter), the Twitter stalker has made a ton of outlandish claims about Bliss as well as Cabrera.

One of the claims was that Cabrera had raped Bliss. The stalker also at one point changed his Twitter handle to Alexa Bliss’ husband.

Bliss has tried to be a good soldier in all the drama, going so far as to beg the Twitter nut to please leave her alone.

Now that Little took to Twitter to defend himself again last week (how that could come across as normal is nuts), police are going to have to take the case a little more seriously as Little threatened to show up at her house in Orlando.

Hopefully the case can be dealt with without anyone getting injured or any major issues along the way, and that finally Bliss’ stalker will end up where he belongs – behind bars.

Written by Matt Loede

Matt has been a part of the Cleveland Sports landscape working in the media since 1994 when he graduated from broadcasting school. His coverage beats include the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers. He's written three books, and won the "2020 AP Sports Stringer Lifetime Service Award."


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