Seth Rollins' girlfriend fired from WWE for Nazi artwork

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SETH Rollins' girlfriend has been fired from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

WWE diva Zahra Schreiber has reportedly been given the boot by the company after pro-Nazi artwork she posted on Instagram in 2012 was dug up again.

She was fired because of "inappropriate and offensive remarks," according to gossip website TMZ.

The full statement reads: "WWE released Zahra Schreiber due to inappropriate and offensive remarks she made that were recently brought to our attention."

Zahra, the girlfriend of the WWE champion, previously posted pictures of a 'My Little Pony' character with a swastika on its arm, something which she captioned at the time: "I like history ha. The swastika means prosperity and luck. It was around way before Hitler turned it into an icon. (sic)"

It is not the first scandal the pair have been embroiled in this year after nude photographs of the WWE diva were posted on Seth's social media accounts in February.

Seth's former fiancee Leighla Schultz - who was with the star at the time - took to Twitter to question the pictures before nude images of the wrestler were posted to her social media account.

The pictures were later deleted but when a fan insisted Leighla couldn't have sent those tweets because she's never on the microblogging site, she replied: "I definitely did Hahahaha (sic)"

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