Tuesday, April 23

Vince McMahon Accuser Janel Grant’s Love Letter To Former WWE Boss Revealed

  • Vince McMahon XFL

    Vince McMahon

    Birthdate:
    1945-08-24

    Birthplace:
    Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA

    Birthname:
    Vincent Kennedy McMahon

    Height:
    6 feet 2 inches

    Weight:
    248 lbs

    Debut:
    1969-06-03

    Championships Held:
    WWE Championship, ECW Championship

    Twitter:
    https://twitter.com/VinceMcMahon

    Notable Allies:
    Shane McMahon, Triple H, The Rock

    Notable Rivals:
    “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Shane McMahon, Triple H

    Eye Color:
    Blue

    Hair Color:
    Gray

The lawsuit accusing Vince McMahon of sexually assaulting former WWE employee Janel Grant repeatedly, as well as trafficking her to others in WWE, has taken another turn this week. A love letter written by Grant to McMahon discovered by Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett in an investigation being conducted on behalf of WWE was found on Grant’s laptop. Grant’s attorney has responded to the letter’s discovery, claiming their client was coerced into writing it by McMahon himself.




Grant’s Letter To McMahon

The letter, which is more than three pages and 2,200 words long, has been published in full by the New York Post. Sent to McMahon by Grant in December 2021, the letter is filled with affectionate language in which Grant professes her love for McMahon on numerous occasions. The former WWE employee writes that the two of them are “in love with a capital L”, also writing McMahon is “my best friend, my love and my everything.”

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The letter also notes Grant and McMahon had been together for almost three years by December 2021, suggesting their relationship began as soon, if not before, she began working with WWE in 2019. The letter was also written after a lot of the alleged acts detailed in the lawsuit, including allegations of sexual assault in WWE’s offices. Grant’s attorney Ann Callis has not only claimed her client was forced to write the letter by McMahon, but that its publication weeks after the lawsuit was filed is a poor and late attempt to try and conjure up some sort of defense.


Frankly it’s pretty disgusting that Vince’s weeks-late attempt to defend his horrendous behavior — behavior he claims to this day never happened — is to try to showcase letters that Vince himself coerced her to write.

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Attornies Respond

McMahon’s attorney Jessica Taub Rosenberg has already responded to claims that Grant was coerced into writing the letter, refuting the idea that McMahon coerced her into writing it and pointing to the fact that it was the 24th draft as evidence of that. Rosenberg also notes that nowhere in Grant’s lawsuit does she mention being coerced into writing a letter. A spokesperson for Grant has revealed to the New York Post that Grant and McMahon exchanged messages about the letter days before it was sent.


In the messages, Grant tells McMahon she’s had surgery on her finger, explaining it’s going to be difficult for her to write it, adding “I’m so sorry if I mess this up, I want you to have a nice letter.” The investigation into the allegations made against McMahon will continue, and this letter will presumably be used as evidence in the ongoing lawsuit. McMahon stepped down from the TKO board shortly after the lawsuit was filed, and it doesn’t seem like there will be any way back for the former chairman, regardless of how this all shakes out.

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