WWE Anchor Kayla Braxton Says She was a 'Product of Rape'; Takes A Strong Pro-abortion Stand Defending Women's Right To Choose

Kayla Braxton took a strong pro-abortion stand after she shared a photo of a poster justifying the allowance of terminations for the women or girls

3087 Reads |  

WWE Anchor Kayla Braxton Says She was a 'Product of Rape'; Takes A Strong Pro-abortion Stand Defending Women's Right To Choose
WE anchor Kayla Braxton revealed that she was conceived after her mother was sexually assaulted by a stranger. She also maintained that she is a ‘product of rape’. The recent revealtion came on Saturday when Braxton, 31, reposted a viral message that shared different scenarios where a woman might choose to get an abortion. 

The latest post comes right a day before, the Supreme Court overturned 1973's Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion.

Kayla Braxton tweeted: “I am a product of rape. My mother was raped by a stranger - to this day, neither of us have any clue who my birth dad is. She chose to have me - clearly - but she did so because she CHOSE to. Not because a law told her she HAD to. It should always be our choice.”

Interestingly, the 31-year-old took a strong pro-abortion stand after she shared a photo of a poster justifying the allowance of terminations for the women or girls who’ve suffered sexual assault, or whose pregnancy puts their health at risk.

She further added, “Just want to leave this here for the ignorant and arrogant people who have chosen to remain uneducated about what this means for we women who bare this burden. I did not write this, but it encompasses the reality. I would also add - im pro- a woman doing what’s best for HER.”



Previously, she also pointed out how she was into care in 2000, after her mother Diane was imprisoned. 

To this day, they continue to have a good relationship with Braxton paying tribute to both her biological and foster moms in one Mother's Day Instagram post.  

She later shared a message for those who suggested she try finding her biological father and accused her mother of lying about being raped.

"You better hope we never meet," she wrote. She also opened up about her upbringing as she said that she was raised by an "awesome" foster family and has "a good relationship with my biological mom."


She was moved to speak out about Friday's Supreme Court opinion overturning the landmark ruling from 1973 that provided constitutional protections for women seeking abortions, triggering nationwide protests. 

The latest ruling reversed nearly 50 years of precedent, completely changing the landscape of women’s reproductive rights by giving individual power to the states to decide whether to allow the procedure. It is estimated that nearly half the country will enact near-total bans in the future. The decision will divide the country, with most blue states allowing abortion and most red states severely limiting the same.

"We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the majority opinion. "The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision."

"It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives," Alito wrote.

Meanwhile, the 78-page opinion was backed by Justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, three of whom were appointed by President Trump.

Image Source: Instagram
Advertisement