A former WWE star has commented on the allegations engulfing Vince McMahon and says that they “don’t give a sh*t” as they weren’t in the room.
Maven shot to fame in WWE in the early 2000s when he became the first male winner of their competition series Tough Enough. His most famous moment in WWE came when he eliminated The Undertaker from the 2002 Royal Rumble with The Deadman taking his frustrations out on the rookie afterwards.
Vince McMahon stepped down as WWE Chairman in July 2022 as the company’s Board of Directors launched an investigation into him following allegations of sexual misconduct and hush money payments made to former female WWE employees.
Despite leaving his role, new reports suggest that former WWE referee Rita Chatterton is claiming over $11 million in damages from McMahon over an alleged rape that happened in 1986. A separate demand was also sent in November by a lawyer acting for a former spa manager who claims that she was assaulted by Vince McMahon at a resort in California.
Speaking on Monte & The Pharaoh, however, Maven indicated that the allegations don’t mean a thing to him and appears to indicate that the people involved over the years have just been looking for a payoff:
“I don’t give a sh*t. Here’s what I know, I wasn’t in the room, I don’t know what happened, I don’t know what was consensual, I don’t know what was wanted. What I do know is that there’s always gonna be someone with their hand out, always.”
“I’ve always said it, I wish Harvey Weinstein wanted to jerk off in front of me. That said, I can’t know what was consensual.”