Paige Bueckers crying after game

Paige Bueckers (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Caitlin Clark & Paige Bueckers were violated in the worst way possible.

The newly drafted Indiana Fever star and UConn star found themselves trending online over the weekend after someone got ahold of some private pictures and videos and exposed them for everybody to see.

Caitlin Clark did not take pictures or videos of herself, but someone did sneak up on her while she was taking a shower, as she could be seen covering herself while in shock and holding a razor.

Paige Bueckers got it much worse than Caitlin Clark, as she was seen in significantly compromising positions with another woman in several photos and videos that showed a lot more action going on. This is incredibly disheartening for Paige Bueckers as she may not have come out to people close to her, and now she may be forced to do so because of this leak.

Supports of both would soon take to social media and purposely post uplifting things about them to drown out the real reason why they were trending, and Paige Bueckers took notice of it.

On Tuesday, the UConn Huskies star took to social media and finally broke her silence.


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“The devil works hard, but God and the people around me work WAY harder. The outpouring of love and support from the WBB community is unreal. Love yall. Support women in sport ALWAYS,” she said in a short statement on social media.

It has been a pretty disturbing trend lately for young women to get violated by others, whether it’s photos being leaked or someone using artificial technology to create explicit content and share it with millions of others.

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Angel Reese Emerges As Vocal Advocate Against Invasion of Privacy After Leaked Content of Her, Caitlin Clark, & Paige Bueckers

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Chicago Sky rookie Angel Reese has emerged as a vocal advocate against this invasion of privacy, calling for more robust measures to protect young athletes.

The issue came to the forefront earlier this year when Reese, along with Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers, became victims of this digital exploitation. As these young women continue to excel, people are continuing to tarnish their image with either fake explicit images or authentic images and videos.