Su Yung Releases Statement, Says Rich Swann is “No Threat or Harm to Anyone”

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Rich Swann‘s wife Su Yung has released a statement saying he’s “no threat or harm to anyone” after the ex-WWE star reportedly pulled out of all upcoming appearances.

Su tweeted on Sunday saying, “I support & love my husband [Rich Swann] to the fullest & he is my heart. Respect our privacy & show him all the love 4 love will heal all.”

“I can admit I have demons and I am working on myself. Thank you for the support and love along the way. It has made me better like he did.” She continued, “[Rich Swann] is no threat or harm to anyone. He is an amazing person and wrestler.”

As we previously reported, Swann was arrested back in December for an alleged domestic incident involving his wife … however, prosecutors determined there was insufficient evidence to move forward with the case and all charges were dropped. He was released from WWE last month.

F4WOnline reports Rich pulled out of all upcoming appearances — including his WrestleMania weekend matches — due to the reaction he’s received since returning to the indies.

Su Yung closed her statement by saying, “You want answers. I finally spoke. Accept and move foward. Otherwise you might as well take away my rights as a human. #isupportSwann”

10 Comments on "Su Yung Releases Statement, Says Rich Swann is “No Threat or Harm to Anyone”"

  1. Will Henderson | March 11, 2018 at 11:43 am | Reply

    still doesn’t matter, wrestling fans are still gonna attack him on social media for the domestic violence incident from December.

    • So what does that say about wrestling fans?

    • Marty Funkhouser | March 11, 2018 at 12:29 pm | Reply

      The incident he was found not guilty of?

      • Steamy Ray Vaughn | March 12, 2018 at 8:42 pm | Reply

        While I think he’s being unfairly punished, he was not found “Not guilty”. Lack of evidence doesn’t mean you’re not guilty, it just means there wasn’t enough proof to go forward. From what I’ve read, the wife refused to testify and eyewitness accounts are not exactly that reliable without any physical evidence. That doesn’t mean nothing happened or that he was found Not guilty.

        • Marty Funkhouser | March 12, 2018 at 8:45 pm | Reply

          keep that same energy when talking about george zimmerman

          • Steamy Ray Vaughn | March 12, 2018 at 8:49 pm |

            Don’t get me wrong. I am not saying Swann is guilty, I am just saying he never stood trial. My personal opinion is the eyewitnesses probably exaggerated the story. They saw a black man arguing with an Asian woman and they imagined her screaming “Help me”.

            Whatever happened that night is between Swann and his wife, none of our business. I was just pointing out a technicality.

        • Blue cheese and peanut butter | April 5, 2018 at 6:39 pm | Reply

          Innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around like you stated. You understand this right? Evidence not being present to prove guilt of an incident that might not be as perceived

          • Steamy Ray Vaughn | April 5, 2018 at 7:52 pm |

            You’re talking about the presumption of innocence in the burden of proof of a Criminal trial. The presumption of innocence means that the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the acts for which you are on trial.

            In this case there was no trial. I’m only pointing out the legal side of the argument, I do not know what happened with Rich and his wife, it’s their business not mine, but I’m just pointing out that legal terms like “not guilty” don’t apply here because the case was dismissed. I’m just stating legal facts here, not passing any judgment on Swann.

  2. Marty Funkhouser | March 11, 2018 at 12:29 pm | Reply

    “I have my demons and I’m working on it” is chick speak for “IM A CRAZY BITCH”. Lol 😂 women will never admit to anything.

  3. Rich Swann looks like a weird, unstable guy. In all honesty. But he did get screwed over by the WWE unfairly.

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