Professional wrestling stable WWE said on Saturday that it has released Jack Gallagher after sexual assault allegations against him surfaced on social media. As part of the #SpeakingOut movement, Gallagher, whose real name is Oliver Claffey, is among several wrestlers who have been accused of sexual harassment and assault in recent days. Also Read - WWE's Kayla Braxton Tests Positive For Coronavirus For Second Time, Deactivates Twitter Account After Cyberbullying

WWE said in its statement that it has “zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault.” Also Read - WWE Legend Undertaker Announces Retirement, Says Has 'No Desire to Get Back in The Ring'

“Individuals are responsible for their own personal actions. WWE has zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault. Upon arrest for such misconduct, a WWE talent will be immediately suspended,” the statement read. Also Read - WWE Rocked by Abuse Allegations Against NXT Superstar Jordan Devlin

Apart from Gallagher, Matt Riddle WWE NXT Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Devlin has been called out by their names.

A woman had earlier accused Gallagher of tearing her skirt after she refused to sit on his lap. The woman said that she spent years downplaying the story to keep it under the carpet.

“I never thought this is something I would say publicly, but I want others to know that they never need to be ashamed and should feel like they can tell their stories,” said a woman named Becky on Twitter before recounting the incident.

(With agency inputs)