Former WWE employee files lawsuit alleging sexual assault, sex trafficking

The suit, which details alleged graphic encounters, was filed in Connecticut Federal Court and names WWE and John Laurinaitis, the former head of talent relations and general manager.

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Jan 26, 2024, 1:27 AM

Updated 168 days ago

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A former WWE employee filed a lawsuit against WWE executive chairman Vince McMahon, accusing him of sexual assault and trafficking.
According to the lawsuit, McMahon allegedly "dangled career-making and life-changing promises" while he "demonstrated an increasing lack of boundaries."
The suit, which details alleged graphic encounters, was filed in Connecticut Federal Court and names WWE and John Laurinaitis, the former head of talent relations and general manager.
 News 12 reached out to WWE for comment but has not heard back.
Graphic Language Warning: The lawsuit contains graphic language and may be upsetting to viewers. The full lawsuit can be read by clicking here.


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