The Wall Street Journal reported that the board of directors of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. Investigating an alleged secret deal 3 million dollars Vince McMahon signed him with a former employee. The article claims that Vince McMahon had a consensual relationship with this person.
The deal prevents the former employee, who was hired as a paralegal in 2019, from talking about the alleged relationship. The council’s investigation reportedly began in April It extended to other nondisclosure agreements including allegations of misconduct made by other former WWE employees about McMahon and John Laurinaitis.WWE Director of Talent Relations. The Wall Street Journal says it was not possible to say how many previous agreements were reviewed.
The Wall Street Journal adds that preliminary results for the board of directors show that McMahon used personal funds of former employees. The Wall Street Journal reported that board members learned of the $3 million deal in a series of anonymous emails sent by someone claiming to be a friend of the associate attorney.
An email reads that McMahon has raised the woman’s salary $100,000 to $200,000 after having a sexual relationship with her And who has it then “given as a toy” laureates. “My girlfriend was so scared she quit after Vince McMahon and attorney Jerry paid her millions of dollars to shut up.”reads an anonymous email sent to the board of directors.
The Wall Street Journal added that WWE spokesperson He issued a statement that the company was cooperating fully with the board’s investigation and that the relationship with the former paralegal was consensual. The company spokesperson added that it takes the allegations seriously and is addressing them appropriately. Additionally, attorney Jerry McDevitt allegedly told the Wall Street Journal that the former paralegal had not filed any harassment reports against McMahon and that “WWE never paid her any money” for her departure.