WWE star John Cena is facing new troubles after his ex-wife Liz Cena claims he was unfaithful to her during their marriage, according to a report.
Cena filed for divorce in May claiming his marriage was "irretrievably broken." They were married for three years.
Liz Cena is convinced that he cheated on her. She claims she has received tips and is "on a mission to prove it in court," according to a report from celebs site TMZ yesterday.
"We're definitely following up on every lead relative to his being unfaithful before AND after the separation," her lawyer Raymond Rafool told TMZ.
John and Liz were dating since high school.
The rumors have sparked some negative reactions among wrestlers.
"Having walked in her shoes, having been cheated on and betrayed, I have no sympathy for John Cena. There is no excuse for extramarital affairs. For a man who is a role model for million of, he ought to be ashamed of himself," wrote Ryan Drew on The Wrestling Hub.
Outside her personal life, Cena recently earned recognition for granting his 300th wish to a young boy. Granting wishes is a tradition of the WWE in which people meet the superstars or attend live shows.
Cena appeared on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday to surprise a 7-year-old boy suffering from a spinal condition.
Cena presented Johnny with tickets for him and his family to attend an episode of the WWE show.
Cena's mark is high. In comparison, Michael Jordan has granted around 200 wishes and Kobe Bryant is in the 100-wish range, AP reports.