Pro-abortion WWE presenter Kayla Braxton reveals she was the product of a rape
A leading wrestling presenter has revealed she was a "product of rape" whilst also defending women's rights to undergo an abortion.
American Kayla Braxton, who works as a WWE ring announcer and back stage interviewer, posted on Twitter that her mother fell pregnant after being sexually assaulted by an unknown man.
The Alabama-born sports broadcaster's tweet came a day after the US supreme court overturned the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling, which granted American women the right to terminate a pregnancy.
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26 have or are, in the case of Alabama amongst others, expected to now ban abortions.
In her Twitter post, Braxton said: "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.
"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."
The 31-year-old's previous tweet saw her share a picture of a poster that justified why abortions should be accessible to women or girls who have been subjected to a sexual assault or whose health could be placed at risk by their pregnancy.
She added: "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.
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"I did not write this, but it encompasses the reality. I would also add – I'm pro a woman doing what’s best for HER."
Braxton was taken into care at the age of nine when her mother Diane was sent to jail.
But she continues to have a good relationship with her biological and foster mums, paying tribute to both in a Mother's Day post on Instagram.
After seeing Braxton's tweets, WWE wrestling legend Titus O'Neil also shared on the social media platform that he was the product of rape while defending a woman's right to an abortion.
His post read: "This I Can and DO AGREE WITH… As a product of a rape myself I feel very STRONGLY about not only THE CHOICE that my mother was able to make but equally as STRONG on my feelings about other women making their individual CHOICE for what’s right for them."
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