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Women’s WWE Wrestling Star Says She Was ‘Violated’ By TSA Agents


WWE women’s superstar CJ Perry, better known by her in-ring persona “Lana” a Russian femme fatale, accused TSA agents at Boston Logan International Airport of “inappropriate behavior” on Wednesday. She claims she felt “violated.”

Perry first made the claims in a tweet on early Wednesday morning.

Later that same day she sent another tweet, thanking an unknown police officer for helping her resolve the alleged issue with TSA.

The Twitter account associated with Boston’s Logan Airport later issued an apology to CJ and included a general link for anyone to report complaints about TSA personal.

A public affairs spokesperson with TSA told the website Wrestling-Online, that the agency “is aware of these allegations” and planned to reached out to communicate with CJ “directly.”

LawNewz reached out to WWE media relations and we will update this story when we receive a reply.

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