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WWE Corporate Officers named in Janel Grant lawsuit revealed

Front Office Sports revealed the identities of the unnamed WWE Corporate Officers in the Janel Grant lawsuit against Vince McMahon, John Laurinaitis, and WWE.

WWE President Nick Khan was identified as Corporate Officer No. 1, while WWE Chief Operating Officer Brad Blum is Corporate Officer No. 2. Former WWE co-CEO and Chairwoman Stephanie McMahon is Corporate Officer No. 3 while former WWE General Counsel Brian Nurse is Corporate Officer No. 4.

The lawsuit does not accuse any of the four about knowing about the sexual assault and trafficking that Janel Grant is alleging in her complaint but it alludes that all of them knew somehow who she was and why she was employed with the company.

Corporate Officers No. 1 and No. 4 – Khan and Blum – were listed in the lawsuit as negotiating Grant’s non disclosure agreement.

Stephanie McMahon is not directly involved in the lawsuit apart from the fact that it is alleged that she knew that her father Vince did participate in other inappropriate behavior during her time there.

In response to the findings, WWE issued a statement saying, “WWE takes Ms. Grant’s allegations very seriously and has no tolerance for any physical abuse or unwanted physical contact. Neither Nick Khan nor Brad Blum, prior to the lawsuit being filed on January 25, 2024, were aware of any allegation by Ms. Grant that she was the victim of abuse or unwanted physical contact; nor does the complaint allege that either had knowledge of such.”

Khan and Blum are still employed by WWE while McMahon and Nurse have since departed the company.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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