Former WhatCulture Pro Wrestling General Manager Adam Blampied is currently being accused of sexual harassment as private messages have been shared on social media.
A user on Twitter (@SRbackwards) has accused him of being a “manipulative sexual predator” among sharing other allegations. According to her Twitter feed, Adam had asked several women for nude photos, berated another woman for flirting with other people, and sexually harassed at least 4 other women.
Below are the tweets she had posted on her social media page
Adam Blampied is a manipulative sexual predator pic.twitter.com/7YqNVz6OAF— Ice Foreleg (@SRbackwards) October 25, 2017
Sorry? nah mate you're only sorry you got caught— Ice Foreleg (@SRbackwards) October 25, 2017
She also said that Blampied apologized to her multiple times but continued to do similar things to other women:
He apologised to me personally for his actions multiple times. He continued to treat women awfully. I don't trust any apology he gives.— Ice Foreleg (@SRbackwards) October 25, 2017
Blampied has issued a statement admitting to the accusations:
"I want to publicly apologise for actions in my private life over the past few years: I have falsely claimed to several women via social media that I was in an open relationship with my girlfriend as a means to repeatedly message them and encourage them to send me images of themselves.
I didn't make threats or offer perks in exchange, but I exploited my growing public position, and my friendships with these women, all to fuel my ego. By manipulating them in this manner, and acting completely inconsiderately of their feelings as I asked for these pictures, I have violated their trust and my girlfriend's trust. Rather than being a feminist and ally, I have been selfish and misogynistic in my disregard of those I considered to be my friends. This is hypocritical, pathetic and unacceptable behaviour, which is why I'm choosing to make this a public statement, in order to make a pledge to becoming a better man and, hopefully, encouraging the young men who follow me not to emulate my behaviour.
I own what I have done, and during my time away from YouTube I will be focusing on getting professional help and coming to terms with the choices I made and the relationships I've broken. Thank you for reading this. To everyone I've hurt, and to the many more that I've now disappointed, I'm so sorry. I promise that I will learn from this and, even though it does not at all excuse what I've done, I will be better."