Vince McMahon is ‘under investigation by Federal prosecutors over sex-trafficking claims’ one week after ex-WWE employee accused him of pressuring her into sex with execs and ‘defecating on her during threesome’
- Former WWE employee Janel Grant is suing Vince McMahon over sex-trafficking claims
- McMahon denied the allegations against him and he was not charged
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Federal investigators have launched an investigation into sex-trafficking claims against WWE co-founder Vince McMahon, The Wall Street Journal do report
McMahon has been accused of sex trafficking in a new lawsuit filed by a former employee, who claims the 78-year-old billionaire defecated on her head during a threesome. Although he denied the allegations and was not charged, McMahon did resign from the company last week.
Janel Grant, who previously agreed to a $3 million settlement in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement in 2022, filed a new lawsuit against McMahon, the WWE and a former executive. In that filing, obtained by DailyMail.com, Grant claims McMahon stopped making payments after the initial $1 million installment, and she is now seeking to void that agreement.
Furthermore, Grant claims she suffered bruising and bleeding after McMahon forcibly penetrated her with sex toys, which he named after his wrestlers. She also claims that McMahon and another WWE executive locked her in a room at WWE’s Stamford, Connecticut headquarters in June 2021 and took turns sexually assaulting her during the workday. The married McMahon is also accused of trading Grant to other men and sharing nude photos of the claimant.
Grant is seeking unspecified damages.
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TKO Executive Chairman of the Board Vince McMahon is seen at a ceremony last week
Janel Grant (pictured) is suing Vince McMahon, the WWE and another company executive