Last July, Vince McMahon stepped down from his WWE duties after the WWE board of directors started investigating McMahon’s hush money deal. As a result, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan were appointed as Co-CEOs of WWE. Triple H then became head of creative of the company, a position that was previously held by Vince McMahon.
McMahon’s hush money scandal was first reported by the Wall Street Journal and at the time it made a huge headline in the pro wrestling world. Now, WSJ has reported that another two women step up to demand justice against McMahon.
“In a Nov. 3 demand letter to Mr. McMahon’s representative, a lawyer for former wrestling referee Rita Chatterton asked for $11.75 million in damages after she publicly accused Mr. McMahon three decades ago of raping her in a limousine. Mr. McMahon has long denied the allegations. The demand letter was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
In a separate November email to Mr. McMahon’s attorney, a lawyer for a former spa manager said that Mr. McMahon assaulted his client in 2011 at a California resort, an incident previously unreported in the media.”
You can read the full article from the WSJ by clicking here.
As of this writing, McMahon or anyone on behalf of McMahon did not comment on these new allegations.
We will update you when we receive more details. Stay tuned with The Spotlight.