In the ring, Moinet’s character Summer Rae is known for her entertaining entrances, moves like Indian Death Lock and her finisher Summer Crush, and her diabolical attitude.
The blonde beauty told GC founder Alex Ribble that there are plenty of misconceptions about the correlation of Summer Rae and her real personality.
“My character is very arrogant, very self-absorbed, super mean. She thrives on other people’s weaknesses,” she said.
“It’s a fun character to play. I think it’s something that maybe in situations I’ve always wanted to be like that. More aggressive, more outspoken and I’m just not like that at all so it’s fun to play that character.”
Moinet continued, “I feel like you should treat people how you want to be treated. So on different social media platforms like Snapchat or Instagram, people can see my real personality.”
Adding, “The biggest compliment I get is when people say, ‘You’re not like your character.’”
She believes that having her role as a sassy Diva is a good lesson for kids to understand that what they see on television and in the world of entertainment isn’t always the truth. It’s purely entertainment.
One way to know Moinet is a kind-hearted person is through her involvement with DTM Foundation.
As previously reported by Good Celebrity, Moinet’s sister, a developmental therapist, created the North Carolina-based nonprofit to help families taking care of terminally ill children.
“A lot of times, when families have a terminally ill child, they’re separated,” Moinet said. “One parent has to stay home while the other goes to the hospital and tends to the sick child.”
She added that they found holes in the resources provided to families because hospitals can only do so much. As a result, DTM Foundation was born and helps families with food, living arrangements, and emotional support.
A newer addition to DTM Foundation is Comfort Cooks. Moinet said that volunteers shop, gather, and drop off food to families in the UNC and Duke hospitals. The latter deed is Moinet’s favorite.
“It’s nice to just see the smiles on their faces,” she said.
In addition to her family’s’ organization, Moinet teams with the WWE to support Be a Star, an anti-bullying campaign, along with the Special Olympics and the US Military.
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