Randy Orton And Fan He Called ‘Ms. Piggy’ Are Battling Again On Twitter

Randy Orton has a stalker to hear him tell it, and for anyone who has followed the Viper’s misdeeds in the last couple of weeks, you’ll be familiar with her identity.

Earlier this month, The Inquisitr‘s own Jon Fisher told you about an exchange that Orton shared with an enthusiastic “fan” outside of a gym and later on Twitter.

The woman, whose name is Kayla Gomez, approached Randy Orton and asked him for a photo-op, to which he obliged. Later, however, he tweeted the photo to his followers and said he was taking a picture with “the Latino Ms. Piggy.”

His exact words: “Look @kimklro I met the Latino Ms. Piggy today at the gym. I wish you were there to have a good laugh with me! #MsPig”

This caused something of a backlash, with many of Orton’s followers taking offense, calling him a bully for teasing the fan in this manner.

Now Lords of Pain has more on the story with a further exchange between Randy Orton and Ms. Gomez.

Gomez tweeted this: “Let’s get one thing straight. @RandyOrton blocked me because I said his b**ls were in his girlfriend’s pocket. #RandyOrton”

Being the Viper, he couldn’t let it go, so he responded with: “I blocked you because you’ve been stalking and harassing my girl for too long now. Then stalking me when I had no idea who you were for a pic, just so you could use it to again, to harass my girl. You waited outside the gym to get to me! That’s called stalking! I dare you to get a freaking life or just go be a troll somewhere else.”

Okay, so here’s the deal: if what Randy Orton is saying is true, then yes, he’s definitely dealing with a stalker. However, we’ll never know for certain because all we’ve got to go on is Twitter and the he said-she said.

But regardless of whether it’s true, Orton isn’t behaving like a professional.

For starters, “my girl”? Not exactly PC-ing it there, but still, it could be overlooked. The real problem here is that he’s doing exactly what Ms. Gomez seems to want.

By responding to what he sees as stalking, Orton is essentially keeping this in the news cycle and further showing how accessible he is to this woman or any person who wants to “troll” him.

Do you think Randy Orton is right to say that he has a stalker, and were his “Ms. Piggy” comments out of line? Share your thoughts below.