Enzo Amore’s alleged rape victim speaks after stint in mental hospital

Philomena Sheahan, the individual who accused former WWE Cruiserweight champion Enzo Amore of rape last month, has been let go from a mental hospital last week and went straight on YouTube to film a 9-minute video titled ‘It’s time to get honest’ explaining her actions.

Sheahan admitted that the videos she uploaded in the past don’t look good and might discredit her rape story, but insisted that she is telling the truth and she has no reason to lie about this one.

The young woman said that she is now on continued medication after her hospital stay included an attempted suicide by taking 16 times more the amount of antidepressant medication she was originally prescribed by doctors.

Sheahan claimed the doctors diagnosed her with borderline personality disorder and and suffers from anorexia, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD, some of which as a result from that night when she was allegedly raped by Enzo Amore.

Sheahan announced at the end of January that she’s going to take a break from social media because “the hate is overwhelming.” That break lasted just over a week as she returned to tweeting on February 8.

Meanwhile, Enzo Amore has not commented publicly since he was fired and his last tweet remains a statement from his attorney posted on January 24.


Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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