Vince McMahon made headlines following allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct raised by a former WWE employee. The entire pro wrestling world has already commented on these allegations and this includes Eric Bischoff, who believes that McMahon’s allegations are pure evil.
Serious allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct were lodged against Vince McMahon by former WWE employee Janel Grant last week. The lawsuit stated that McMahon shared explicit content of Grant without her permission, implicating other WWE employees, undisclosed executives, and stars. In addition to that, it alleges that McMahon instructed her to participate in sexual activities with them.
While speaking on his 83 Weeks podcast, Eric Bischoff talked about Vince McMahon’s allegations in the trafficking lawsuit. Easy E expressed strong condemnation for McMahon’s alleged misdeeds, describing the situation as “evil” and emotionally sick. He empathized with the victim, acknowledging the lasting impact it would have on her life.
“It’s evil and even that word doesn’t really do it justice. It’s just sick, and I mean mentally, emotionally sick, and evil. The victim, because I know all the haters are gonna say, ‘But he didn’t say enough about her.’ I can’t imagine what she’s going to go through for the rest of her life. I’ll pray for her that she finds the right spiritual guidance and mental health guidance because this is never going to leave her. She will be carrying this memory around for the rest of her life, and I can’t imagine that. I can’t even try to imagine it because self-preservation kicks in and I force myself to stop thinking about it.”
Bischoff noted the dark cloud hanging over WWE affecting innocent people, including McMahon’s family and others who work for the company. He expressed sympathy for those who are unfairly caught up in the situation, highlighting the need for change and acknowledging the broader impact on many individuals associated with WWE.
‘‘I feel so bad for the people that are innocent because this is such a dark cloud over everything that’s WWE right now. I do believe that’s going to change, not sooner than later. It’s going to change, but it’s going to take time, but there are so many innocent people that are affected by this and at the epicenter, obviously friends and family members, like close friends, close family members of the victims as well as the McMahons.”
”I’m friends with Shane, I think of Stephanie in a very high regard right now and Linda McMahon. I mean, these are people that I’ve met and have worked with and I’ve seen how they’ve treated others. They’re having to bear this as well. The people that work there, there are so many people that we know that are working hard every day, that are good family people, honest people, contribute to society, help others, I mean really good people that I know there personally, and they’re affected by this.”
A lawyer also believes the trafficking lawsuit will not come to trial. Ari Emanuel is also ready to eliminate threats after Vince McMahon’s resignation. We will have to wait and see what becomes of Vince McMahon in the coming months.
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