|By Raj Giri||August 31, 2012 | Comments|
Cameron was overseas with the RAW brand in Australia when TMZ posted the story. The report was published on Wednesday, which would have been Thursday morning in Australia. A representative for WWE told TMZ that Cameron had not alerted them about the bribe, and that they would investigate the matter and take "appropriate action."
Cameron went on to work Thursday night's live event in Brisbane in her usual role alongside Naomi as Brodus Clay's dancers. However, she was pulled from Friday's event in Sydney, with only Naomi appeared with Clay. Clay commented on the show on his Twitter without mentioning Cameron, writing, "Thank u Sydney !!!! What a great crowd!!!! Much love!!! Nyadonothat!!!"
As noted earlier, F4Wonline.com reported that people in the company felt that Cameron would have probably been fine with management over the arrest, however the attempted bribery and the fact that she didn't list WWE as her employer may get her fired. WWE has yet to take any official action.
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