Recently released WWE star Chris Masters posted a blind item on his Twitter account (twitter.com/wwemasterp) Sunday alleging that a female member of the SmackDown roster maintains sexual relations with head creative writer Michael Hayes in order to keep her job.
He wrote, "So if I had to tell you one smackdown diva who gave freebird hayes an "Oral" agreement to keep her job, who'd you guess?"
Similar allegations regarding sexual politics in the WWE lockerroom have been made as Taryn Terrell (a/k/a Tiffany) stated last December that she would not trade sexual favors with individuals in positions of power in order to maintain employment with the sports entertainment organization.
"No...if I have to sleep with people in power to keep or continue progressing in my job, I'd rather be poor," she wrote on Twitter in response to a specific question about whether she would return to WWE.
She later retracted her remark, saying it wasn't about WWE or anyone in particular, but rather a generalized statement of companies she's worked for.
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