WWE Executives Identified in Sex Trafficking Lawsuit Against Vince McMahon

WWE Executives Identified in Sex Trafficking Lawsuit Against Vince McMahon

In a recent development, the identities of two WWE executives involved in a sex trafficking lawsuit against Vince McMahon and former talent-relations executive John Laurinaitis have been revealed. According to Front Office Sports, the executives in question are WWE president Nick Khan and COO Brad Blum. This revelation comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Janel Grant in January, which has sent shockwaves through the pro wrestling world and led to McMahon’s resignation from parent company TKO.

It is important to note that the lawsuit does not allege any sexual misconduct by Khan or Blum. Instead, it accuses them of being part of a scheme to employ Grant in a role that involved her being used and trafficked by McMahon within the WWE. The suit suggests that Khan and Blum played a role in facilitating and covering up these activities to protect the WWE.

WWE has denied that Khan or Blum had any knowledge of the alleged abuse or unwanted physical contact. A spokesperson for the company stated that they take Grant’s allegations seriously and have zero tolerance for any form of physical abuse. The spokesperson also clarified that neither Khan nor Blum were aware of any such allegations prior to the lawsuit being filed.

Grant’s lawyer, Ann Callis, has confirmed the accuracy of Front Office Sports’ reporting regarding the identities of the two corporate officers. In addition to Khan and Blum, Stephanie McMahon, Vince McMahon’s daughter, was named as Corporate Officer No. 3 in the lawsuit. Former general counsel and head of WWE’s legal department, Brian Nurse, was identified as Corporate Officer No. 4.

The lawsuit alleges that McMahon and Laurinaitis sexually assaulted and trafficked Grant on multiple occasions, providing graphic details of the incidents. Both McMahon and Laurinaitis have vehemently denied these allegations. McMahon has stated that he will vigorously defend himself against what he considers baseless accusations. Laurinaitis, through his lawyer, has claimed innocence and asserted that he is a victim in this case.

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