How Is Brock Lesnar Linked To Vince McMahon's Sex Trafficking Allegations?

Thu Feb,2024
How Is Brock Lesnar Linked To Vince McMahon's Sex Trafficking Allegations? WWE

In a shocking turn of events, Janel Grant, a former WWE employee, has sued former WWE CEO Vince McMahon for sexual assault and sex trafficking. The story in the Wall Street Journal about Brock Lesnar, the UFC and WWE star who was linked to the claims, has shed light on the disturbing claims made against McMahon.

Vince McMahon & Brock Lesnar's Sexual Misconduct with Janel Grant Lawsuit

Janel Grant, a former WWE employee, has initiated legal action against Vince McMahon, the ex-CEO of WWE, alleging sexual trafficking and abuse. Grant asserts that McMahon exploited her as a sexual object to facilitate the re-signing of Brock Lesnar, a former UFC heavyweight champion and WWE superstar, in 2021.

The lawsuit outlines McMahon's purported directive for Grant to produce sexual content for Lesnar, including photos and videos of herself, which were then shared with Lesnar without her consent.

Vince-McMahonFormer WWE employee Janel Grant is suing ex-CEO Vince McMahon for sexual trafficking and abuse.

Furthermore, the lawsuit contends that following Lesnar's contract renewal, McMahon disclosed Grant's phone number to him and indicated that engaging in sexual activity with her was a component of the agreement.

Allegedly, Lesnar solicited a video of Grant urinating and attempted to arrange a meeting, thwarted only by inclement weather. Grant claims she was coerced into signing a nondisclosure agreement in 2022 and ceased to receive payments from McMahon upon his retirement from WWE. She seeks damages for emotional distress, invasion of privacy, breach of contract, and sex trafficking.

As of now, neither McMahon nor Lesnar have responded to the allegations.

Vince McMahon Quits WWE After Sex Trafficking Lawsuit

The founder of WWE, Vince McMahon, quit as CEO in 2022 while a probe into sexual misconduct claims was going on. There were claims that McMahon put Janel Grant under sexual pressure and treated her badly in return for a job at WWE, which led to the investigation.

Brock-Lesner CAPTION: Brock Lesner

Also, McMahon was charged with sending sexy texts to Grant and other WWE workers about Grant. WWE was bought by Endeavor Group Holdings in 2023, and McMahon was made executive chairman. McMahon quit this job in January 2023, though, after a new claim said he was sexually abusing and trafficking women.

Grant launched a lawsuit saying that McMahon forced her into sexual relationships and shared sexy photos and videos of her with other WWE employees.

McMahon’s Attorney: More People May Come Forward

In 2024, Janel Grant, a former employee of WWE, sued Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis, who used to be the head of talent relations. She accused them of sexual assault, trafficking, and mental abuse.

 According to the claim, McMahon forced Grant into a sexual relationship, gave her male coworkers sexually explicit material, and made her meet increasingly sexy demands, such as having sexual encounters with Laurinaitis and others.

The case also names WWE as a defendant, saying that they either helped with the abuse or were involved in it. Grant is suing to get undefined amounts of money and to stop women from being victims in the future. Because of these claims, McMahon quit WWE and TKO Group Holdings, the company that owns WWE.

Brock Lesnar Seen in Public Amid Vince McMahon Scandal

Brock Lesnar has reappeared after his WWE plans were canceled due to a lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon by former WWE employee Janel Grant. Lesnar was seen with his daughter Mya Lesnar at the Don Kirby Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Mya broke a Colorado State record in women's shot put.

Brock CAPTION: Brock Lesnar was spotted embracing his daughter, Mya Lesner. 

 Lesnar has been off WWE screens since SummerSlam 2023 and was pulled from the men's Royal Rumble match due to his involvement in the lawsuit. 

WWE has distanced itself from Lesnar by removing him from the "Then, Now, Forever, Together" opening video and selling his merchandise. Lesnar's return to WWE remains uncertain.

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