Nash Carter of MSK released from WWE after domestic violence allegations

Nash Carter, one half of the NXT Tag Team champions MSK, has been released from WWE after his wife Kimber Lee accused him of domestic violence. Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful broke the news of Carter’s dismissal.

Lee posted a tweet addressing it to the NXT Twitter account with photos of her face, saying that even though she forgave him at the time, this was all his doing after Carter got drunk and she cannot hide it anymore.

“Hey @WWENXT this is my face after your tag champ @NashCarterWWE got wasted and hit me so hard he split my lip open,” she wrote. “He told me I’m a wrestler so I’m always marked up. I’ve hid this for a year and even forgave him. But I can’t hide it anymore.”

Lee also posted a photo of Carter dressed up as Adolf Hitler giving the Nazi salute.

“Just another look into the kind of person @NashCarterWWE is…[email protected] @wwe I’ve hid so much for so long because I was so mentally abused. Not to mention the countless anti LGBTQIA+ statements him and his family make…..”

The 27-year-old signed with WWE in 2020 after a stint with Impact Wrestling as part of The Rascalz. He was joined by his tag partner Wes Lee and were named as MSK. The two won the Dusty Classic and are two-time NXT Tag Team champions. They won their second title this past weekend at Stand & Deliver.

MSK were part of the NXT television show last night on USA Network as well.

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