Paige's family is now starting to voice their concern over her relationship with Global Force Wrestling's World Champion, Alberto El Patron. Yesterday it was announced that Alberto was being investigated for a domestic battery incident that allegedly took place over the weekend with Paige at the Orlando International Airport.
While Paige denied the two were having any troubles, a TMZ release provided troubling audio of the couple's interaction.
Today, Paige's brother, Zak Bevis, took to Facebook with some very serious allegations. Bevis stated that Paige was being "beaten" by El Patron and also mentioned that she was both mentally and physically abused by former WWE employee, Brad Maddox.
"I've got too say I'm very worried about my sister, Please keep a eye on her, she had one Prick Known as brad Maddox who took advantage of an 18 year old girl. Physically and mentally abused her," Bevis wrote.
"And now she's with a control freak who think he's a tough guy cause he's beats my sister and has money too cover his tracks..I love my sister she will end up like Whitney Houston or Amy Winehouse ….please share this, I want the world to know that i care about my lil sister…..everyone keep an eye on her…you'll be angry at me but I love you, I'm writing this on behalf of all the Knights," he continued.
He followed up with another comment.
"This is the hardest thing we as a family as ever done. We've tried everything. Now we must stand up for my Beautiful little sister and get her back to WWE and away from the prick. Roy Bevis wrote this and I've added details. But we feel this is the only way to save her."
According to Heavy.com, a witness to the incident provided a first person account which alleged that Paige screamed out that El Patron had been "doing coke for two-days straight" and called him "abusive."
"They were arguing back and forth, screaming at each other," the woman, who resides just south of Tampa, Florida, said.
The Orlando Police department released the following statement.
"There was an incident at Orlando International Airport at about 3 p.m. Sunday involving (DOB 5/25/1977). The reported incident was a domestic violence battery, and it is still under investigation. No arrests have been made as of this time, but the case remains open. That is all the information we have for release at this time."
El Patron unified the company's Global Championship with the Impact Wrestling Championship at last weekend's Slammiversary pay per view. Unfortunately for GFW, several weeks of Impact episodes have already been filmed with Del Rio obviously front and center for the promotion.
Pro Wrestling Sheet reported that Global Force Wrestling would be investigating the situation, releasing a statement that said, "Global Force Wrestling takes all legal situations very seriously and is looking into this matter. GFW is a privately-held company and will thoroughly investigate this incident and fully cooperate with law enforcement."