Fightful reports that WWE was served with a subpoena in Connecticut court by Samantha Rotunda last month, who filed for divorce from her husband Windham Rotunda (aka Bray Wyatt).

WWE was requested to submit several documents regarding Wyatt’s income and appeared for a deposition which the company is estimating would cost between $247k and $483k in attorney fees. Court filings reveal that WWE claims that the requests “abusive, harassing, overboard, and would cause WWE undue or unreasonable burden or expense.”

Rotunda’s list of requested documents from WWE covering the period of “February 2011 to present” included:

  • Tax Returns
  • Financial Statements
  • Banking Information
  • Loan Applications
  • Credit Cards
  • Pension Plans
  • Real Estate
  • Personal Property
  • Mortgages and Notes
  • Fictitious Names
  • Partnership and Joint Venture Agreements
  • Employment Records/Contracts
  • Fringe Benefits
  • Trusts
  • Disability Pension
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Safe Deposit Boxes

(The list goes on for 89 different points.)


WWE responded to Rotunda’s request with a general objection to the Subpoena. However, WWE did agree to produce Bray’s “1099s, booking contracts and some licensing contracts subject to the objections”.

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