'I'm a product of rape': WWE anchor Kayla Braxton reveals the TRUTH about her birth

'She chose to have me – clearly – but she did so because she CHOSE to. Not because a law told her she HAD to,' the anchor said about her mother's ordeal


                            'I'm a product of rape': WWE anchor Kayla Braxton reveals the TRUTH about her birth
Kayla Braxton slammed Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v Wade and revealed that she was born after her mother was raped by a stranger (@kaylabraxtonwwe/Instagram)
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Joining the list of people blasting the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the nationwide right to abortion is WWE anchor Kayla Braxton, who revealed that she was conceived after her mother was raped by a stranger.

Bravely sharing her story on Twitter on June 25, the 31-year-old anchor said that she is a product of rape. Braxton, who has been working as a broadcaster for the pro wrestling giant since 2016, blasted the individuals supporting the ban. She said, "Just want to leave this here for the ignorant and arrogant people who have chosen to remain uneducated about what this means for we women who bare this burden. I did not write this, but it encompasses the reality. I would also add - im pro- a woman doing what’s best for HER." She followed up with another tweet by saying, “I’ll also add – I am a product of rape. My mother was raped by a stranger – to this day, neither of us have any clue who my birth dad is.” And further wrote, “She chose to have me – clearly – but she did so because she CHOSE to. Not because a law told her she HAD to. It should always be our choice."

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After the tweet, many social media users came in her support. A user shared their own story by saying, "Thank you for sharing your story. I know it can’t be easy. I also was a victim of rape however it was someone that I knew. I recently started speaking about it. As you might know it is freeing being able to talk about it. Thanks again my thoughts and prayers are with you."

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Another individual shared a similar story, "My mom was a child of rape and was given up for adoption. We found her birth mother when I was in middle school and found out a man came into her house, blindfolded her, and raped her. He also didn’t say a single word the whole time. She was 17!! She also CHOSE to have my mom."

Tagging themselves as "pro-choice", one of many users wrote, "I'm all for pro choice! This has never been about killing fetus' or ending one's life because it doesn't have a say in the matter. Women should keep the rights and freedoms to decide what they do with their bodies. There are medical reasons, sexual assault/rape, teenage pregnancy."

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Looking at the massive support that she received, Braxton thanked everyone, especially "men who have been vocal and are using their platforms to support women." She wrote, "There is nothing sexier than men who stand up for women’s rights."

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