- Former WWE Employee Janel Grant Sues Vince McMahon Over Sex Trafficking Allegations
- WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart Claims He Now Has “Zero Respect” for McMahon
- Hart went on to state that you will find similar cases “everywhere” in WWE.
WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart has admitted he has “no respect” for Vince McMahon following sex trafficking allegations leveled against him.
In January, the 78-year-old resigned from his role as chief executive of TKO, the company formed by Endeavor after the $12bn (£9.4bn) merger between WWE and UFC in September.
A former WWE employee, Janel Grant, had made allegations in January accusing McMahon of being involved in sex trafficking.
Now, in a recent interview with BoardFormer WWE star Hart has spoken out against his former boss, saying the allegations are too “disgusting to really imagine.”
He said, ‘I’m going to tell my truth. I don’t care about Vince’s feelings. He never cared about mine.
WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart has admitted he has “no respect” for Vince McMahon.
McMahon faces sex trafficking allegations made against him by former WWE employee
‘I have no problem with everyone kicking each other in the head in the car park. “I’m fine with the truth coming out.”
“When you have that vision in your head, you say, ‘That’s wrong.'” It’s too sick and disgusting to really imagine.
“I don’t think this is the only incident of this type of predatory behavior,” Hart said. “I think you’ll find it’s everywhere (in WWE).”
Hart had a long-standing relationship with McMahon having been one of McMahon’s stars in WWE’s predecessor company, the World Wrestling Federation.
Prior to that, McMahon purchased the Hart family wrestling promotion in Canada; However, the latter insists that he never received the money he was owed.
Hart’s brother Owen died in May 1999 after performing a dangerous and poorly rehearsed zip line trick. The Hart family sued the WWF over how dangerous and poorly planned the stunt was and claiming that the harness system was defective.
Speaking about his relationship with McMahon, Hart said: “I think, despite all the problems I had with Vince, I know that deep down I always respected him.
But now, knowing what kind of weirdo he became, I have no respect for him. I don’t think he could shake his hand if he extended it. Too creepy.
In January, former WWE employee Janel Grant, who previously agreed to a $3 million settlement in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement in 2022, filed a new lawsuit against McMahon, WWE and a former executive.
Vince McMahon resigned as CEO of UFC and WWE parent company TKO
In that filing, obtained by DailyMail.com, Grant claims that McMahon stopped making payments after the initial $1 million fee, and is now seeking to void that deal.
Additionally, Grant claims she suffered bruising and bleeding after McMahon forcibly penetrated her with sex toys, which he named after his wrestlers.
She also alleges that McMahon and another WWE executive locked her in a room at WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, in June 2021 and took turns sexually assaulting her during the workday.
McMahon, married, is also accused of trafficking Grant to other men and sharing naked photographs of the plaintiff.
Grant is seeking unspecified damages.
Neither McMahon’s lawyer nor WWE spokespersons responded to DailyMail.com’s request for comment. The organization previously described McMahon’s sexual relationship with Grant as “consensual” in a 2022 statement.