Lawsuit alleges former UFC Champion and current WWE Superstar involved in Vince McMahon abuse case


According to the sex abuse lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon by former WWE employee Janel Grant, back in 2021, Grant alleges she was forced to “create personalized sexual content for a WWE Superstar McMahon was trying to re-sign.” The Superstar was not specifically named, but described only as a world-famous athlete and former UFC Heavyweight Champion.

The Wall Street Journal has reported “people familiar with the matter identified the wrestler as Brock Lesnar.”

The lawsuit states McMahon shared sexually explicit photos and videos with the unnamed wrestler and told Grant that “he likes what he sees,” with McMahon allegedly texting Grant to let her know “that part of the deal was f—ing U.” In addition the suit states, McMahon gave Grant’s personal cell number to the unnamed wrestler, who asked her to send a video of herself urinating. After she did, he called her a “b—-.” The suit further states that the “Superstar” or unnamed wrestler expressed a desire to “set a play date,” but a snowstorm disrupted his travel plans.”

It is further alleged in the suit, that McMahon defecated on her during a threesome back in 2020 “…commanded her to continue pleasuring his ‘friend’ which also included feces in her hair and running down her back, while McMahon had gone into the bathroom to shower off. Upon his return from the bathroom, McMahon and his ‘friend’ actively resumed the threesome, which lasted over an hour and a half, while Ms. Grant remained covered in McMahon’s filth.”

The lawsuit also alleges that McMahon abused Grant with sex toys he named after wrestling stars, greeted her in his underwear, touched her, repeatedly asked for hugs, and spent hours sharing intimate details about his personal life.

Also per the lawsuit, “McMahon caused Ms. Grant to sustain physical injuries, including bleeding and pain, from forceful use of sex toys. Despite Ms. Grant’s plea to cease any further sexual activity, the number of sexual encounters increased, as did McMahon’s physical aggression during them. Notably, McMahon was most aggressive when using the certain sex toys named after male WWE wrestlers and performers.”

Furthermore the lawsuit states that Grant has experienced physical and mental anguish, including “debilitating symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal ideation.”

Grant was the recipient of what was supposed to be a $3 million hush money settlement with McMahon that led to him being investigated by the WWE Board of Directors back in 2022. However, Grant said that she was only paid $1 million and is looking to void the agreement and seek unspecified financial damages, while also claiming the Board never contacted her during their investigation even though she offered to speak to them.

Grant is seeking a declaratory judgment that her NDA is invalid under federal and state laws, as well as the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.

On Thursday, TKO Group Holdings released an official statement saying that have taken the “horrific allegations” seriously and are currently addressing the matter internally, even though they took place before the UFC/WWE merger was finalized last September.

Also on Thursday, a statement was released by a spokesperson on behalf of Vince McMahon, addressing the allegations. The statement indicates that the lawsuit is replete with lies, obscene made-up instances that never occurred, and a vindictive distortion of the truth and that McMahon will vigorously defend himself.

WWE as an entity and former WWE Executive John Laurinaitis are also named in the lawsuit.

Sources: WJAR, Wall Street Journal, F4WOnline