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Nash Carter released by WWE amid physical abuse allegations

The current NXT Tag Team Champion has been accused of multiple instances of mental and physical abuse by his wife, Kimber Lee.

Fightful is reporting that Nash Carter, one half of the current NXT Tag Team Champions MSK, has been released by WWE.

Nash Carter has been the subject of tons of speculation and allegations on social media of late, as his wife, fellow wrestler Kimber Lee, has accused him of mental and physical abuse. Lee alluded to abuse, took it back, and then re-iterated on it leading up to MSK’s win over WrestleMania weekend, later tweeting, “I was so ridiculously brainwashed. So manipulated. And it’s finally over.”

Carter, along with partner Wes Lee, won the NXT Tag Team Championships a second time this past Saturday at Stand & Deliver.

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