The allegations came to the forefront following a lawsuit filed by a former WWE employee, Janel Grant, accusing Vince McMahon of sexual trafficking and misconduct.
Grant’s lawsuit alleges that McMahon shared explicit content of her without her consent and coerced her into engaging in sexual activities with other WWE employees, executives, and stars.
WWE News: Andrew Tate Appears To Defend Vince McMahon
Tate read through the allegations from Grant, and he appeared to mock any claim that she was trafficked or even manipulated by McMahon.
Both Andrew and his brother sarcastically said that this was the “worst case of human trafficking” they had ever seen, claiming that “she must feel sick” every time she looks in the mirror at the plastic surgery that was allegedly paid directly by McMahon to a surgeon’s office.
It has not yet been confirmed if the case will be going to trial. However, Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a lawyer with insights into the case, shared his thoughts on the likelihood of this lawsuit reaching trial. Speaking on Sportskeeda’s UnSKripted podcast, Shakhnevich pointed out that a vast majority of cases, statistically over 90%, end in settlements rather than going to trial.
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