WWE Backstage analyst Paige recently appeared on Lillian Garcia's Chasing Glory podcast. During the interview the former NXT and Divas champion spoke about Triple H's inappropriate joke regarding her sexual history, and how it greatly impacted her family and her boyfriend, Falling In Reverse singer Ronnie Radke. She also mentions that fans online began bullying her once the joke started receiving backlash.
"I hate to bring this up about [Triple H], but he's [Radke] so brave to deal with the impact that the joke or those videos had on my life and now his and my family, obviously," Paige said (h/t to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription). "But recently after [Triple H] made that joke, which, I respect Hunter - he [has] always been respectful to me and he has always just been a gentleman, so when he made that joke, it kind of just ignited this thing where it opened the door for all these fans to attack me and take pictures, and screenshots, and videos. And then, all-of-a-sudden, it's being sent to Ronnie and to my family and stuff like that all over again and it took me a couple of years to really get over it."
Paige reveals that she was in a dark place during the times Triple H was referring to.
"I had to talk to four different therapists. Like, I was thinking about suicide back then. I was in a really dark place. And then, knowing that I couldn't have kids too, so that whole joke was just bad! I was like, 'I can't have kids!' And then, all-of-a-sudden, these videos are being brought up, so it was just all of this stuff, kind of like an influx of hatred just thrown at me by all these fans. And I'm just like, 'damn, I was just getting over this, and now it all just came back again, and now I have poor Ronnie who has to be involved in all of this, and my family, again, has to be involved in this.'"
She does acknowledge that The Game eventually apologized.
"Oh yeah, it definitely takes someone, a real man or a woman, to admit a mistake that they've made," Paige claimed. "And to publicly go out there, and, obviously, apologize, it takes a lot because sometimes, like, you truly don't mean to offend someone, obviously, and in today's age, like, people can get offended a lot."
Paige will be returning on WWE Backstage later tonight to discuss the fallout from Sunday's Royal Rumble event. You can listen to her full interview with Garcia below.