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- Following the tragic death of a five-year old girl at the hands of her brother performing a wrestling move, WWE has issued a statement. Viloude Louis was killed by thirteen-year old Davalon Armstrong in Louisiana Sunday night and acknowledged that professional wrestling is fake after being questioned by the homicide detective. It’s reported that he enjoyed talking about wrestling moves and the physical abuse that comes with it. Below is WWE’s statement…

“The death of Viloude Louis is a tragedy, and our condolences go out to her family. WWE urges restraint in reporting this unfortunate incident as if it were the result of a WWE wrestling move. As in similar cases, criminal intent to harm and a lack of parental supervision have been the factors resulting in a tragic death. Authorities have already charged the accused with second degree murder and determined that this was not an accidental death due to a wrestling move.”

  • CC

    13, just like it says in the article

  • Guest

    How old was the brother?

  • david saunders

    on all wrestling shows on tv movies and in live events ppvs it says “DONT TRY THIS AT HOME” i will support the wwee 1,000,000% coz wwe says dont try this home on every broadcast of the show it was the persons choice to do the move wwe did not make this person decide to do the move and kill the person.the 13 yr old should be tried as an adult and get the full length of jail time that is 25 yrs to life in state prison for murder and wwe should be responsible for the death of the person that the 13 yr old killed.i have watched the wwe for 23 yrs now and still loyal and the wwe has always say dont try this at home coz of stupid and messed up ppl like the 5 yr old girls brother and the 13 yr old desicrate the good name of the wwe its not wwe’s fault at all

  • Matt Trovato

    Sad story, but in the end it’s the fault of the parents. WWE doesn’t force you to watch their shows, but parents can enforce what their kids can and can’t watch. If you know your kids watch violent shows, either watch it with them and make sure they know it’s just for tv, or simply block shows you don’t think they can handle. It’s not Vince McMahon’s job to babysit and teach your kids life lessons.

  • ddfindl

    “Hey, f#ck you kid, don’t implicate us!” – WWE

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    The mainstream media can’t do a dam thing. Why because WWE warn people countless time not to do these moves at home. There is reason why you don’t do these moves like you don’t know what you are doing. It all about personal responsibility.

  • Pewp

    ” It’s reported that he enjoyed talking about wrestling moves and the physical abuse that comes with it”/

    I bet he also enjoys talking about grappling defenseless women when interviewing rapists. What a sicko!!

  • Pewp

    “It’s reported that he enjoyed talking about wrestling moves and the physical abuse that comes with it”

    So, does he also enjoy discussing grappling women when talking to rapists, and the abuse that comes with it? What a sicko.

  • Scooter

    I predict the WWE is attacked by the mainstream media after this.

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