A former World Wrestling Entertainment employee has recently filed a lawsuit against the company, founder Vince McMahon, and a former WWE executive, accusing them of sexual abuse and trafficking. Janel Grant, the former employee, alleged that she had been the victim of physical and emotional abuse, sexual assault, and trafficking during her time at WWE. The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, seeks to hold accountable the two WWE executives who sexually assaulted and trafficked Grant, as well as the organization that facilitated or turned a blind eye to the abuse.

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According to Ann Callis, Grant’s attorney, the lawsuit is aimed at preventing other women from being victimized. However, World Wrestling Entertainment, Vince McMahon, and John Laurinaitis, the former executive accused in the lawsuit, have not yet responded to the allegations.

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The lawsuit includes accusations of sex trafficking, civil battery, intentional or negligent infliction of emotional distress, and negligence. It details how Grant met McMahon in 2019, who then engaged in increasingly inappropriate behavior toward her, using promises of career advancement to coerce her into a physical relationship. McMahon later allegedly began sharing explicit material of Grant with others and recruited others, including Laurinaitis, to have sexual relations with her. Grant also claims in the lawsuit that others at WWE were aware of the abuse but actively sought to cover it up. Furthermore, the lawsuit alleges that Grant was coerced into signing an NDA and that McMahon attempted to traffic her even after her employment at WWE ended.

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The lawsuit is seeking to void the NDA and obtain compensatory and punitive damages. These troubling allegations come at a time when WWE is already under scrutiny for its handling of misconduct allegations involving McMahon. The disturbing nature of Grant’s allegations demands a thorough investigation by the relevant authorities to ensure that justice is served.

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Summery :

– Janel Grant filed a lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment, Vince McMahon, and John Laurinaitis, alleging sex trafficking and abuse.
– She alleges that McMahon offered her a job at WWE in exchange for a physical relationship, which she agreed to reluctantly out of fear of being ruined.
– Vocally unhappy, Grant still engaged in a physical relationship with McMahon in exchange for the job, leading to exploitation and sexual violence.
– McMahon allegedly shared sexually explicit material of Grant and arranged for others, including Laurinaitis, to have sex with her.
– WWE is alleged to have attempted to conceal the situation even after Grant lost her job.
– Despite allegations of sexual misconduct, McMahon was reinstated as the company’s majority shareholder.
– Janel Grant is seeking void of the NDA, as well as compensatory, and punitive damages.

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