WWE has a few former employees who are not happy with the company, but one former writer is taking them to court over it. Ex writer Britney Abrahams is suing the company over a long list of racist accusations in their television storylines. One of those lines featured Bianca Belair.

The EST of WWE was scripted to say, “Uh-Uh! Don’t make me take off my earrings and beat your ass!” That did not fly with her at all.

Within this new lawsuit, it is alleged that Bianca Belair tried to get that line about earrings changed on a number of occasions. She even said that the scripted lines make her on-screen character come off as “ghetto.”

In the end, Bianca Belair had Christopher Dunn alter the script, but it took her pushing back several times before those changes were made.


Plaintiff also requested clarification for protocol on moving forward with her complaint.

In conversation with Ms. Belair the following day, Ms. Belair informed Plaintiff that she told DUNN “3 DIFFERENT TIMES THAT I DON’T WANT TO SAY THAT LINE! BUT HE NEVER LISTENS TO ME! HE PUTS THAT LINE IN EVERY WEEK.”

Ms. Belair said the script’s discriminatory line(s) made her look “ghetto.”

Plaintiff relayed this information to DUNN and politely offered to edit the line(s).

Christopher Dunn apparently edited the lines, but it didn’t solve the main problem at hand. This lawsuit alleges that the company practices racist practices, and also pens them into the stories. Now, they are taking it to a legal front to solve matters.

We will have continued coverage of this ongoing story here at Ringside News. There could be a lot more to unpack here before things are ironed out. After all, this lawsuit might need to see its day in court.

What’s your take on WWE’s stories? Do you think that they’re racist at all? Sound off in the comments!

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