WWE founder Vince McMahon Sexual Assault and Trafficking makes him resign as executive chairman of TKO, WWE’s parent company.
McMahon Sexual Assault and Trafficking
CNN adds that McMahon disputes the charges but resigned as executive chairman and TKO board member immediately. McMahon said that he respected the WWE Universe, TKO business, board members, shareholders, partners, constituencies, and all the staff and Superstars who helped WWE succeed globally.
Since 2022, WWE CEO and chairman McMahon was said to have settled with multiple women. Recent events illuminate McMahon’s alleged misbehavior.
The complaint alleges McMahon forced Grant into a sexual relationship for work. It shockingly alleges McMahon shared Grant’s obscene images and videos. WWE and the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s TKO Group didn’t comment on McMahon’s departure, deferring to his statement.
TKO Group Probes Allegations Despite McMahon’s Departure
Despite McMahon’s absence from TKO and WWE’s daily operations, TKO Group is investigating the accusations internally, according to a statement. The complaint claims McMahon promised a star wrestler a sexual encounter with Grant in 2021 as a bonus.
The complaint statement claims WWE profited from Vince McMahon Sexual Assault and Trafficking alleged exploitative behaviors, including having wrestlers sign new contracts after calling Grant a “sexual commodity.” Ann Callis, Grant’s attorney, believes the action would deter other women from being abused.
“The organization is well aware of Mr. Vince McMahon Sexual Assault history of depraved behavior, and it’s time that they take responsibility for the misconduct of its leadership,” Callis said.
WWE and TKO Group may be affected by McMahon’s departure as this controversy unfolds. Fans, stakeholders, and the public will observe and speculate on the court struggle.