Kylie Rae

Kylie Rae Releases Statement Explaining Why She Is Pulling Out Of NWA & Other Bookings This Weekend

Kylie Rae has pulled out of her upcoming bookings for the NWA and Freelance Underground this weekend.

The women’s wrestling veteran took to social media to issue a statement explaining pulling out of the scheduled committments, noting she has relapsed and fallen into another serious battle with her mental health issues.

The statement she released via Twitter reads as follows:

Due to unforeseen circumstances, I will not be able to perform at Freelance Underground and NWA this weekend, nor AAW next weekend.

Unfortunately, I found myself in a relapse situation and need some time for recovery. This has been going on since late August and has gradually regressed since then. I tried holding this in and working through the pain, doing my best to fulfill commitments, but it’s become too much, and needed help. I have been having a difficult time differentiating what is real and what is fake, especially in these types of environments. Regretfully, I tried masking the pain through marijuana and alcohol.

I have tried to be as open as I can with all of you about my mental health struggles, but I was not being honest with the unhealthy coping mechanisms I adapted. For that, I’m deeply sorry. Graciously, with the help of loved ones, I have been working towards sobriety again.

I was hoping things would get better this weekend, but this doesn’t seem to be a quick fix. At this time, I am seeking further help and am hoping to come back a healthier version of myself. I wanted to apologize for any issues this causes. I wanted to thank companies like Freelance, Freelance Underground, NWA, and AAW for being so understanding and patient throughout this time. Moving forward,I would like to express my gratitude for all of you, and the continuous support and compassion you have given me. Whether you were able to understand or not, I always felt your empathy and I can’t thank you enough for that. With love always.

Check out the actual tweet from her official Twitter feed containing the above statement via the post embedded below.

We here at wish Kylie Rae the best in her battle with her mental health issues.


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