Kelly Klein has come forward with an addition to the #SpeakintOut movement. She claims that multiple female wrestlers went to ROH about inappropriate behavior from Jay Lethal, but the company covered it up.

In a series of tweets, the former Women of Honor Champion alleged that Lethal was told to leave the ROH locker room and he wasn’t welcome back after he harassed a female member of the locker room.

She claims that ROH covered up Jay Lethal’s incident after an investigation. In the end, people “forgot.”

When @JRoccDaddy harassed a female member of @ringofhonor locker room, he was told to leave and was not welcome back.

MULTIPLE women brought complaints & evidence of sexual misconduct/harassment by Jay Lethal. ROH ignored/covered it up. They only take action when convenient.

They are hoping to use another “investigation” to wait everyone out until we “forget.” Thank you, @ringofhonor for all of the truly wonderful things you do and have done. Now please address the bad behavior. Do better. Right now you continue to CHOOSE not to.

In fact, qualities that make it hard to accept that a “favorite” could do something horrible are the things they use to gain access to victims & escape accountability. They don’t usually wear a sign or broadcast their bad intentions.

Taeler Hendrix previously came forward with her own story about Jay Lethal. She stated that he initiated a sexual advance toward her. Then she was suddenly not used in ROH after denying his advances.

Jay Lethal released a statement of denial about Hendrix’s allegations which you can find below.

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