JoJo Offerman has been accused of having an affair with Bray Wyatt in the divorce filing from Wyatt’s wife.
“The Eater of Worlds” — real name Windham Rotunda — was hit with the papers from wife Samantha Rotunda on Monday (June 12), the Daily Mail noted.
JoJo, a 23-year-old former Total Divas star, has spent most of her time in WWE as a ring announcer and backstage interviewer. Samantha’s filing did not give an exact timeline on when the alleged affair began between Wyatt and Offerman, but her attorney noted phone records that show continuous contact between the WWE Superstar and backstage personality.
Also, Samantha alleges, Bray walked out on her and their two daughters, ages six and four, in March of this year.
JoJo Offerman is the daughter of Jose Offerman, a former infielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers. She has not acknowledged the accusations on her popular Instagram account, but commenters are, predictably, having a field day.
Most of those comments are not able to be displayed on a somewhat family-friendly site, so you’ll have to peruse those on your own.
Surprisingly, JoJo has yet to take on heavy criticism for the allegations, at least on her page. In fact, most of the comments follow more of a congratulatory approach toward Bray Wyatt.
Thus far, Offerman, Wyatt, and Rotunda, are not offering further comment beyond their representatives.
Regardless of the truth, JoJo may have some explaining to do to her current boyfriend, former NXT wrestler Jesse White.
White is the son of wrestling legend Big Van Vader and has actually faced Wyatt before in a NXT ring (well, Husky Harris). White got the better end of that meet up, but it would ultimately be Husky’s career that took off.
As recently as April 3, White even left well-wishes for his girlfriend of four years for announcing her first WrestleMania.
Heavy has a few more details on White at this link.
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While JoJo Offerman and Bray Wyatt have not yet admitted to having an affair, the alleged relationship does check most of the boxes for how affairs start.
In a May report, Fox News detailed the six most likely places to give rise to an extramarital affair: church, in volunteer organizations, on social media, at the gym, in the office, and in a social circle.
WWE is no church — that went out the window when Vince McMahon booked himself over God at Backlash 2006 — and it has always been a decidedly for-profit business. But the other four all apply to the life of a WWE Superstar, so if not Bray and JoJo, the life is custom designed to be hard on a committed relationship.
What do you think about this news, readers, and if true, do you think less of Bray Wyatt and JoJo Offerman, or is this a personal matter that should be kept out of the public eye? Sound off in the comments section below.
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