Nash Carter fired after his wife's domestic violence allegations

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Nash Carter fired after his wife's domestic violence allegations

Nash Carter, a member of the MSK and husband of the wrestler Kimber Lee, was accused in recent days of domestic violence by the latter, who had initially tweeted the complaint, then deleted them and even congratulated her husband for the victory of the couple titles at Stand & Deliver last weekend stating that she had clarified with him in private.

Unfortunately, however, Kimber returned to the attack recently, again on Twitter, posting selfies of her with a swollen face, tagging the WWE profile and writing that Nash had reduced her like this following a hangover. The wife of the other half of the MSKs, Wes Lee, continued to write a series of words on Twitter in defense of her husband's tag team partner, saying that he is innocent and that Kimber was making up all of her.

Nash Carter fired after his wife's domestic violence allegations

According to what was reported by the well-known site Fightful, but not yet officially confirmed by the WWE at the time of writing this article, Nash Carter would have been fired.

"Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp reports that Nash Carter was released from WWE. Carter is one of the MSKs alongside Wes Lee. The duo won the NXT Tag Team Championships at NXT Stand & Deliver, defeating the Imperium (Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel) and The Creed Brothers (Brutus Creed and Julius Creed) in a triple threat tag team match."

Kimber Lee also posted a photo of her ex-husband, because it seems that he presented her the divorce papers, where he imitates a historical figure, a German general, who has harmed several people in a historical period to be forgotten.

Obviously this matter will then be discussed in court where we are sure that we will try to clarify and justice on the positions of the two involved in all this, hoping that the truth will come out and we also await the official news of the dismissal by the company of Stamford. A very hard scandal for wrestling in general.