Watch Mandy Rose FanTime Photo And Video That Was Leaked On Twitter!

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As a result of the inappropriate images she shared on her Fantime profile, WWE fired Rose. Similar to OnlyFans, fans can pay a monthly subscription fee to access exclusive content from creators on a website called Fantime.

Twitter Leaks Mandy Rose FanTime Image And Video As She Is Fired From WWE

The act of posting X-Rated Images violates Rose’s WWE contract.

Rose’s FanTime page costs $40 per month. According to the New York Post, photographs of her and her fiancé Tino Sabbatelli in the shower that are somewhere between R- and X-rated have just begun to circulate online.

Due to the content she posted on her FanTime page, WWE officials felt they were placed in a tough position. According to Fightful Select, they believed it violated the terms of her WWE contract.

Why Does the WWE Have a Problem With Mandy?

Rose, whose true name is Amanda Rose Saccomano, made her WWE debut in 2015 and held the NXT women’s championship for over 400 days before losing it to Roxanne Perez on Wednesday, December 14 night. It was a rather startling storyline development that such a lengthy title reign would end on live television rather than pay-per-view.

One of the issues at play in this situation was the racially inflammatory nature of the photographs. Although Rose’s WWE position has been sexualized, the current WWE content does not match what Rose published on her website.

The second issue is that the WWE has made it plain to its stars that they must be involved in any outside business deals. In a letter he sent to talent in 2020, Vince McMahon advised them not to use Twitch and Cameo without first coordinating with WWE and threatened to fire them if they did.

 

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McMahon, who left as WWE’s president earlier this year, stated, “Some of you are collaborating with outside third parties that are utilizing your brand and reputation in ways that are harmful to our organization.” “These actions must cease immediately within the next 30 days” (by Friday, October 2). WWE has the right to apply fines, discontinue company operations, or terminate employees for persistent violations.

Prior to this occurrence, WWE granted Zelina Vega a pass in November 2020 for creating an account on OnlyFans devoid of possibly harmful information. However, the company invited her back the next summer. In addition, WWE issued a statement at the time clarifying the defense.

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