WWE Boss Vince McMahon Accused Of Assaulting Ex-Employee With S3x Toys, Defecating On Her Head During Thr33some, New Lawsuit Claims

In a stunning new lawsuit, a former WWE employee has claimed that the WWE leader Vince McMahon sexually abused her with sex toys that he named after wrestling heroes.

According to a complaint filed in Connecticut federal court on Thursday, Janel Grant made disturbing allegations about their relationship, including charges that the wrestling boss defecated on her head during a threesome in May 2020 and sex trafficked her to other WWE executives.

Grant claimed in the complaint that McMahon sent her a text message in May 2020 that said, "I'm the only one who owns you and controls who I want to f— you."

Her lawsuit follows the Wall Street Journal's story last year that the WWE was looking into an alleged $3 million payment from McMahon to a leaving female employee following a consensual affair.

Grant, who was anonymous at the time, claims in the latest case that she received an initial $1 million installment but no more payments after that.

Different investigations eventually revealed that McMahon paid $14.6 million to several women who accused him of sexual misconduct.

According to the lawsuit, McMahon's use of sex toys on Grant resulted in her injuries, including bruising and bleeding, the Journal reported on Thursday.

According to the lawsuit, McMahon also allegedly shared nude images and explicit recordings of Grant with other WWE employees without her consent.

He once shut her in his private locker room at WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, and forced himself on her over a massage table, according to the complaint.

According to the lawsuit, the WWE chairman reportedly directed Grant to have sex with other executives and a wrestling star.

John Laurinaitis, WWE's former head of talent relations and a defendant in the complaint, was allegedly recruited by McMahon to have sex with Grant.

According to the lawsuit, McMahon directed Grant to Laurinaitis' hotel rooms, where she had intercourse with him before work.

The lawsuit also claims that at one visit at WWE headquarters in June 2021, McMahon and Laurinaitis pushed themselves on her and took turns restraining her for the other.

According to the lawsuit, McMahon and Laurinaitis told Grant "No means yes" and "Take it, b—h" during the alleged assault.

In July 2021, McMahon directed Grant to generate sexualized content on her phone and email it to Brock Lesnar, a former UFC star the WWE was attempting to recruit at the time.

WWE stated in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that while government investigations involving McMahon are ongoing, no charges have been brought.

The company stated that it has received both voluntary and mandatory legal requests for records on the inquiry and related matters, including from federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies.

"In 2022, WWE formed a special committee to review allegations of misconduct against me," McMahon stated.

"That review was concluded in November 2022 following an extensive investigation."

McMahon went on to say that "throughout this experience, I have always denied any intentional wrongdoing and continue to do so."

"I am confident that the government's investigation will be resolved without any findings of wrongdoing."

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