Janel Grant’s 2021 “Love Letter” To Vince McMahon Published By The New York Post

Janel Grant’s 2021 “Love Letter” To Vince McMahon Published By The New York Post

Vince McMahon’s reputation is ruined, possibly beyond repair, after Janel Grant, a former WWE employee, filed a shocking lawsuit against him, John Laurinaitis, and the company as a whole, claiming horrendous acts. Yet, it appears there may be more to the story, as the New York Post has revealed that Grant sent McMahon what they call a “love letter” on December 24th, 2021, which includes lines like, “I am the best and most authentic version of myself in your presence,” and “it’s like my life isn’t even real to me unless you’re there.” Notably this date is after her alleged mistreatment is said to have commenced.

Some fans on social media have since declared the disgraced billionaire innocent following this revelation. However, the article also notes that Grant’s lawyer claims McMahon coerced her client into writing this letter and others. Additionally, it was added via an unnamed spokesman for Grant that some of the lines used were simply taken from the 1947 film “The Bishop’s Wife,” as well as a GQ interview with Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. The full letter and text messages can be read at this link.

JAMES RYDER

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