Law Firm Looking To Speak With Alleged Victims Of Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon to come under more scrutiny.

Pintas & Mullins is looking to speak with anyone who suffered abuse from Vince McMahon or anyone associated with WWE and UFC.

The firm shared the following statement on the newly created

Vince McMahon and WWE/UFC Sex Abuse and Exploitation Claims

If you were sexually assaulted, made to feel uncomfortable, or witnessed sexual abuse by Vince McMahon or anyone from WWE/UFC, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Pintas & Mullins describes itself as “one of the nation’s leading law firms fighting sex abuse.” While the website breaks down the allegations against McMahon as the following:

Vince McMahon and WWE/UFC are under investigation for sexual assault and sex trafficking after former employees of WWE/UFC came forward with allegations of profoundly disturbing misconduct.

According to a recent lawsuit, the founder and other leaders forced employees to participate in sexual acts by threatening to terminate their employment and share intimate images of them.

This is not the first time Vince McMahon or WWE/UFC have faced accusations of sex abuse.

  • In 1992, Rita Chatterton, the first female referee, came forward with allegations that she was raped by Vince McMahon while traveling with him in his limousine.
  • In 2022, investigators seized documents and discovered nondisclosure agreements and multi-million dollar payouts covering up sexual misconduct.

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Vince McMahon Allegations Mount

Back in January, former WWE employee Janel Grant brought a lawsuit against WWE, Vince McMahon, and John Laurinaitis which included claims of sexual assault and sex trafficking. As well as outlining multiple allegations of sticking sexual abuse, the suit has also led to questions about the culture within WWE as well as historic allegations made against McMahon and others.

In recent days it’s been reported that Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, John Laurinaitis, and others were aware of the alleged rape of Ashley Massaro on a WWE tour back in 2006. Massaro later claimed the sports entertainment giant instructed her to remain quiet, although the company denied this.

However, recent reports have contradicted the official company line.

A previously unreleased statement also recently came to light in which Massaro alleged that Vince McMahon “sexually preyed” on female stars and if rejected, gave them bad scripts in an effort to “destroy their reputations.”

In the statement, Massaro said she saw McMahon “making out” with female talents in the locker room, but he initially didn’t pay her any attention. However, this changed after her shoot with Playboy, and McMahon tried to get Massaro alone with him, something that made her “extraordinarily uncomfortable.”

The statement alleges that McMahon was “known for this type of behaviour” and had done it to another former WWE Diva.