Vince McMahon resigned from WWE yesterday amid allegations in a new federal lawsuit that was filed by former WWE employee, Janel Grant. The allegations include sexual assault and exploitation.
Vince McMahon, 78, isn’t the only alleged perpetrator named in this explosive lawsuit. Legal filings state that McMahon shared Janel Grant’s photos with other employees. Apparently, these texts say she was forced to engage in sexual contact with them too. McMahon is also alleged to have made Grant participate in sexual acts with former Head Of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis. He was also previously named in the investigation in 2022.
Grant’s lawsuit states that McMahon ordered her to have sexual encounters with John Laurinaitis, McMahon’s physical therapist, and a WWE superstar who was a known former UFC Heavyweight Champion. The Wall Street Journal has reported that the UFC Heavyweight Champion is Brock Lesnar. Per the lawsuit, Grant had to make personalized sexual content for Lesnar, and a “play date” was set up. However, it is also claimed that Grant managed to avoid a meeting due to adverse weather. As of this writing, no statement has been made by the camp of Brock Lesnar. A report from Fightful Select has suggested that Lesnar’s expected upcoming return to WWE programming may have been put on hold for now due to these allegations coming to light.