Sonya Deville Says There Is A Zero Tolerance Policy If Fans Cross A Line

Sonya Deville is not messing around when it comes to fans who get too comfortable.

In August, Phillip Thomas II was arrested for stalking and breaking into Sonya Deville's home with news reports saying he had planned for eight months to abduct her. He is being charged with aggravated stalking, armed burglary of a dwelling, attempted armed kidnapping, and criminal mischief.

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Deville has remained mostly quiet on the incident as she goes through legal preceedings, but took to Instagram to give the following message to "fans" who take things too far.

"I'm going to say this once and try and be clear. I love my fans very much and appreciate u despite what has happened I do not categorize u all as raging psycho paths. But harassing myself or people I have been w etc is never acceptable. I share my life with y'all to an extent because it is part of what I do and what I signed up for that being said I will not hesitate to report and or take legal action against anyone that has sent threatening messages and or anything inappropriate to me or someone in my life. Like I mentioned I am not messing around at all and it is a zero tolerance policy at this point due to referenced incident, thank you. [smile emoji]"

Depositions for the case against Thomas are scheduled to begin on February 3, 2021.

Deville has been off WWE television since losing a Loser Leaves WWE bout to Mandy Rose at SummerSlam. She did comment on her rivalry with Rose, wondering why it was snubbed for a Slammy Award.

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