WWE Diva Lana claims she was "violated" by the Transportation Security Administration.

The wrestling star, whose real name is CJ Perry, claimed during a Twitter rant that TSA agents at Boston's Logan Airport were "inappropriate", when she went through routine pre-flight checks.

She now claims to have got the police involved in the incident and has prompted an apology from the airport.

In the first tweet, she wrote: "The most inappropriate behavior @BostonLogan TSA is doing to me. I have never felt this violated in my entire life".


Officials at the the international airport apologised and Perry later tweeted that a police officer had helped resolve the issue.

Lana tweeted about the "inappropriate behavior" from the airport on Wednesday morning.
Logan Airport apologised for "the poor treatment" and directed her to file a report with the TSA.

Several fans expressed their concern and asked her for more details, but the SmackDown wrestler stayed mum.

Hours later, Lana wrote: "I want to thank the American Police officer this am that helped resolve what I was put through today with TSA. Thank you".

On the road again ✈️ #NYC BAABBBYY😎

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A TSA spokesperson told Wrestling Online it was "aware of these allegations", adding: "We reached out to the passenger and plan to communicate with her directly."

Lana is a professional wrestler, as well as the manager for her husband, former US champion Miroslav Barnyashev, who is better known as Rusev.

The two have recently moved from Raw to SmackDown Live, after the Bulgarian Brute underwent a shoulder operation in March.

DailyMail.com have contacted the TSA for comment.