Vickie Guerrero Deactivates Social Media Accounts, Removed From AEW Roster Page

Vickie Guerrero

Vickie Guerrero has decided to go silent after some very personal details were revealed this week about her family as well as her actions in the matter.

It has been a very difficult week for the Guerrero family after some personal stories were shared on social media.

Sherilyn Guerrero, who is the second daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero and Vickie Guerrero, revealed in an emotional TikTok video that she was sexually assaulted by Vickie’s current husband. According to Sherilynn, her mother doesn’t even talk to her anymore while detailing the reasons why.

In reply to what Sherilyn said, Vickie issued her own comments with her side of the story. It was incredibly harsh considering what her daughter went through and ended with Vickie telling wrestling fans “f**k you” if you feel entitled to comment about it.

Sherilyn’s sister and former NXT competitor Shaul Guerrero went to social media to address the matter as well with this statement included in it:

“Sherilyn what happened to you was not okay. What happened on that cruise tore an even deeper wedge into our family. But the reason why we all don’t talk is a deep well of tangled hurt and complication that I can barely understand let alone the fans that think they know our family.”

Following all of this, a lot of people criticized Vickie Guerrero for her actions since she was still with her husband Kris while not talking to Sherilynn anymore. Vickie has since deactivated her Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Meanwhile, Vickie was already on the outs with All Elite Wrestling since she was unhappy there and wanted to be somewhere where she was appreciated. It is believed that her contract expired in July 2023. Since this very public incident with her family was revealed, Vickie Guerrero has been removed from the AEW roster page where she was listed as a coach in the past.

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