Amanda Huber Shares Heartbreaking Story Behind An Infamous Brodie Lee Pic

Amanda Huber Shares Heartbreaking Story Behind An Infamous Brodie Lee Pic AEW

With today’s announcement that the United States Supreme Court had overturned the landmark Roe vs. Wade ruling, in turn effectively outlawing abortion immediately in eighteen American states, the wrestling world took to Twitter to share their political thoughts.

Amongst the thoughts shared, is a harrowing tale from Amanda Huber, the widow of late AEW star Brodie Lee from his days with WWE when he was known as Luke Harper.

In the series of Tweets, Huber shares a frightening ordeal that she experienced with ectopic pregnancy by which the fetus develops outside of the uterus, typically in the fallopian tube.

She described having discovered she was going to require a life-saving procedure to end the life-threatening pregnancy while her husband was on the road.

From the dark time emerged the infamous “breaking kayfabe” photo featuring numerous WWE stars wearing Brodie Lee t-shirts posted by Chris Jericho on Instagram.

Now the former Bray Wyatt has now also shared a perspective on the story, writing on Twitter:

“He hid it from us and finally broke down to me. We sat and cried together, he told me how much he loved you and how much he loathed that the road always takes us in moments like this. So me and Rowan bought an entire stand full of bootleg Brodie shirts.

“All to try and cheer him up because all he wanted was to be with you. I felt like you should know.”

Amanda Huber has continued her affiliation with All Elite Wrestling since the tragic passing of her husband, Brodie Lee, working on their Community Outreach Team, coordinating charitable events and donation drives for organizations in conjunction with AEW’s touring schedule.

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