New Zealand-born Storm, 23, is one of the most highly-rated upcoming female stars in WWE, having signed with the company last year.
The winner of the 2018 Mae Young Classic, she has been labelled “the next big thing in women’s wrestling” by WWE hall of famer Mark Henry.
But she has been forced to delete both her Twitter and Instagram accounts after images and a video were shared online.
Now the wrestling world has banded together to support Storm, with both stars and fans paying tribute to Storm on social media.
The hashtag “We Support Toni,” has been trending worldwide, with former SmackDown Live general manager Paige – herself the victim of hackers in 2017 – paying her own tribute.
She wrote: “#WeSupportToniStorm from someone that has experienced the same thing I strongly support you girl.
“It’s gonna be hard and people are gonna be mean because they don’t understand.
“But you’re strong, talented woman. You’ll get through this. Your future is too bright to be dimmed.”
NXT and showtime boxing commentator Mauro Ranallo added: “Toni Storm is an amazing performer and more importantly, a good person. I am sickened by what she has had to endure.
“The harrassment and invasion of privacy in our society needs to stop. NOW! #WeSupportToni“
Both Storm and WWE are yet to comment.
But wrestling fans have rallied around Auckland-born Storm, who currently resides in Liverpool.
A number of WWE stars have suffered from similar incidents to previously, including Zelina Vega, Ruby Riott and Charlotte Flair.
The incident comes after former WWE Raw women’s champion Alex Bliss took aim at social media ‘cowards’.
“If I had a Nickel for every negative, judgmental & just straight up rude comment on social media this week. I could’ve retired yesterday.”
Storm will be one of the highlight acts at the upcoming NXT UK TakeOver event in Blackpool later this month, when she faces NXT UK women’s champion Rhea Ripley.