John Cena cleared in lawsuit filed by construction worker


A lawsuit filed against John Cena by a construction worker back in 2013 was finally dismissed by Judge Linda H. Babb in the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Pasco County, Florida.

The case dates back to October 2013 when construction worker, Dale Ducharme, claimed that he fell off a scaffolding provided by Cena back in 2010 and the fall left him unable to work. He said that the scaffolding was defective or damaged and it was Cena’s responsibility to make sure it was safe.

Ducharme was looking for $15,000 to cover medical bills and loss of work.

In the final judgment papers, published by, the Judge said that the court finds no evidence in showing the subject scaffold was defective and the defendant – John Cena – did not know or have reason to know that the scaffold was damaged.

“The Plaintiff, Dale Ducharme, shall take nothing by this action and the Defendant, John Cena, shall go hence without day,” Judge Babb wrote.