Vince McMahon recently faced allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct from a former WWE employee. It had a butterfly effect that is still being felt in the company and now RVD has finally shared his thoughts on the allegations as well.
Vince McMahon was slapped with some serious allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct from former WWE employee Janel Grant. The lawsuit claims McMahon shared explicit content of Grant without consent, involving other WWE employees, unnamed executives, and stars, and allegedly directed her to engage in sexual activities with them.
Shortly after the sexual trafficking lawsuit, Vince McMahon officially resigned from WWE and TKO Holdings. McMahon also vehemently denied the allegations, stating that he would defend himself against the accusations.
While speaking on his latest 1 Of A Kind podcast, RVD talked about Vince McMahon’s sexual trafficking lawsuit. RVD stated that McMahon sounded like a depraved teenager in the lawsuit.
“I still probably haven’t seen all the pieces. From what I saw, it was pretty shocking. I can’t imagine the Vince McMahon that I know speaking like the person that texted those messages. It seemed like it was coming from a depraved 17-year-old or something. My first thought was, ‘Come on, Vince really said all that?’ I know the belief is that they can prove it and that it’s legitimate and credible sources. It just leaves me a little bewildered. I can’t imagine that. It makes me wonder, billionaires that are world leaders, what do they do for fun?”
”You see these movies where they let people out in the woods and hunt them down and shoot them, like a rich people’s game. If any of this stuff is based on some truth, I make the comparison there, someone that has such a hunger for power that they need to control someone. That’s about Vince. I can’t say anyone else mentioned would surprise me quite as much.”
TKO also submitted filings regarding Vince McMahon’s resignation. Ari Emanuel is already ready to eliminate threats after Vince McMahon’s resignation. We’ll have to see who else will get sacked from the company in the future.
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