Vince McMahon named black sex toys after black WWE wrestlers, white sex toys after Caucasians

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Vince McMahon used black and white dildos to sexually assault a former WWE employee — and named the sex toys after WWE wrestlers according to their race, the employee alleged in her explosive sex-trafficking suit.

Janel Grant, 43, alleged that McMahon and another WWE executive took turns sexually assaulting her at the company’s Stamford, Conn., headquarters where she was employed, according to the lawsuit.

“Notably, McMahon was most aggressive when using the certain sex toys named after male WWE wrestlers and performers,” Grant’s attorneys wrote in the lawsuit that was filed in Connecticut federal court on Thursday.

McMahon is alleged to have “named the sex toys so that the color of the toy matched the race of the wrestler,” according to the lawsuit.

It was alleged that a black dildo “would be named after an African American wrestler and a white ‘dildo’ would be named after a Caucasian wrestler,” according to the lawsuit.

Grant claimed that McMahon caused her bodily injuries with the use of his fist as well as other objects and sex toys.

Grant’s attorneys called this habit “another incremental step in desensitizing Ms. Grant to his fantasy, and eventual demands that she perform sexual acts for [him] and/or have sexual contact with others within WWE.”


WWE founder Vince McMahon allegedly named sex toys after black and white WWE wrestling stars, according to the lawsuit.WireImage
The graphic 67-page suit from Grant, who worked in the company’s legal and talent departments, also includes allegations that McMahon, now 78, forced her into a sexual relationship in order for her to get and keep a job and passed around pornographic pictures and videos of her to other men, including other WWE employees.

McMahon, who has denied the allegations, stepped down as WWE’s CEO in 2022 amid an investigation into allegations that match those in the lawsuit.

Grant also names as defendants in the lawsuit the WWE and John Laurinaitis, the company’s former head of talent relations and general manager.

“Ms. Grant hopes that her lawsuit will prevent other women from being victimized,” her attorney, Ann Callis, said in a statement. “The organization is well aware of Mr. McMahon’s history of depraved behavior, and it’s time that they take responsibility for the misconduct of its leadership.”

Janel Grant, 43, filed suit against McMahon this week. 3
Janel Grant, 43, filed suit against McMahon this week.
WWE’s parent company, TKO Group, issued a statement saying it is taking the allegations seriously.

“Mr. McMahon does not control TKO nor does he oversee the day-to-day operations of WWE,” TKO Group said in a statement.

“While this matter pre-dates our TKO executive team’s tenure at the company, we take Ms. Grant’s horrific allegations very seriously and are addressing this matter internally.”

According to the lawsuit, McMahon lived in the same building as Grant and in 2019 offered to get her a job at WWE after her parents died.

She alleges that he eventually made it clear that one of the requirements of the job was a physical relationship with him and later with Laurinaitis and others.


McMahon was accused of sex trafficking and sexual abuse in a lawsuit.Business Wire/AP
Over the next few years, McMahon lavished her with gifts including a luxury car, the suit says.

It also alleges that McMahon offered one of his star wrestlers — a person not named in the lawsuit — sex with Grant as a perk in 2021.

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“WWE benefited financially from the commercial sex act venture orchestrated by McMahon, including by having wrestling talent, such as WWE Superstar, sign new contracts with WWE after McMahon presented Plaintiff as a sexual commodity for their use,” the lawsuit states.

Grant is seeking unspecified monetary damages and to have the court void a $3 million nondisclosure agreement, of which she alleges she received only $1 million.


 

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Vince McMahon used black and white dildos to sexually assault a former WWE employee — and named the sex toys after WWE wrestlers according to their race, the employee alleged in her explosive sex-trafficking suit.

Janel Grant, 43, alleged that McMahon and another WWE executive took turns sexually assaulting her at the company’s Stamford, Conn., headquarters where she was employed, according to the lawsuit.

“Notably, McMahon was most aggressive when using the certain sex toys named after male WWE wrestlers and performers,” Grant’s attorneys wrote in the lawsuit that was filed in Connecticut federal court on Thursday.

McMahon is alleged to have “named the sex toys so that the color of the toy matched the race of the wrestler,” according to the lawsuit.

It was alleged that a black dildo “would be named after an African American wrestler and a white ‘dildo’ would be named after a Caucasian wrestler,” according to the lawsuit.

Grant claimed that McMahon caused her bodily injuries with the use of his fist as well as other objects and sex toys.

Grant’s attorneys called this habit “another incremental step in desensitizing Ms. Grant to his fantasy, and eventual demands that she perform sexual acts for [him] and/or have sexual contact with others within WWE.”


WWE founder Vince McMahon allegedly named sex toys after black and white WWE wrestling stars, according to the lawsuit.WireImage
The graphic 67-page suit from Grant, who worked in the company’s legal and talent departments, also includes allegations that McMahon, now 78, forced her into a sexual relationship in order for her to get and keep a job and passed around pornographic pictures and videos of her to other men, including other WWE employees.

McMahon, who has denied the allegations, stepped down as WWE’s CEO in 2022 amid an investigation into allegations that match those in the lawsuit.

Grant also names as defendants in the lawsuit the WWE and John Laurinaitis, the company’s former head of talent relations and general manager.

“Ms. Grant hopes that her lawsuit will prevent other women from being victimized,” her attorney, Ann Callis, said in a statement. “The organization is well aware of Mr. McMahon’s history of depraved behavior, and it’s time that they take responsibility for the misconduct of its leadership.”

Janel Grant, 43, filed suit against McMahon this week. 3
Janel Grant, 43, filed suit against McMahon this week.
WWE’s parent company, TKO Group, issued a statement saying it is taking the allegations seriously.

“Mr. McMahon does not control TKO nor does he oversee the day-to-day operations of WWE,” TKO Group said in a statement.

“While this matter pre-dates our TKO executive team’s tenure at the company, we take Ms. Grant’s horrific allegations very seriously and are addressing this matter internally.”

According to the lawsuit, McMahon lived in the same building as Grant and in 2019 offered to get her a job at WWE after her parents died.

She alleges that he eventually made it clear that one of the requirements of the job was a physical relationship with him and later with Laurinaitis and others.


McMahon was accused of sex trafficking and sexual abuse in a lawsuit.Business Wire/AP
Over the next few years, McMahon lavished her with gifts including a luxury car, the suit says.

It also alleges that McMahon offered one of his star wrestlers — a person not named in the lawsuit — sex with Grant as a perk in 2021.

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“WWE benefited financially from the commercial sex act venture orchestrated by McMahon, including by having wrestling talent, such as WWE Superstar, sign new contracts with WWE after McMahon presented Plaintiff as a sexual commodity for their use,” the lawsuit states.

Grant is seeking unspecified monetary damages and to have the court void a $3 million nondisclosure agreement, of which she alleges she received only $1 million.


 
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