WWE Issues New Statement on Brother Killing Sister with Wrestling Moves

Posted by Matt Boone June 19, 2013 3 Comments

- As noted earlier, 5 year-old Viloude Louis was killed by her 13 year-old brother after he allegedly used wrestling moves that he learned from TV. The 13 year-old told police that he was wrestling with the victim and used “WWE” style wrestling moves.

WWE has provided an updated statement on the situation:

“The death of Viloude Louis is a tragedy and we express our heartfelt condolences. Authorities have already charged the accused with second degree murder and determined that this was not an accidental death due to a wrestling move. The facts of this case clearly point to a lack of parental supervision and a teenager who had a history of violent behavior toward his 5-year-old stepsister. It is illogical to conclude that the repeated, brutal, and ultimately fatal beating of a 5-year-old little girl by a teenager could be confused with imitation of WWE action seen on TV.”

For those who missed it, here is WWE’s original 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.”

  • starkiller

    … And this is why we have the “pg” era. “society” proves it couldn’t handle anything more time and time again. I think its sad wwe has to address this at all. Yet, where are the parents taking accountability for this?

    • Scott Dorian Dancer

      exactly. instead of blaming the parents for bad supervision, you blame the wwe for showing you children wrestling moves. how many kids watch wrestling? if it was the wwe fault there would be alot of suplexs and clotheslines in the schoolyard. start putting the fault on our self conscious parents. less time shopping online more time raising your kids.

  • T 980

    Parents hate to take responsibility for their children. They are the perfect parents and society screws everything up for them. I sometimes wonder if it was worth going public back in the WWF days. It seems like half the time they are doing stuff just to appease stock holders.

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