A former WWE Superstar has claimed they don’t care about the recent allegations made against Vince McMahon while joking about convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein.
During an appearance on “Monte & The Pharaoh,” ex-WWE star Maven discussed his life and career to date before being asked about recent allegations regarding Vince McMahon. The now former WWE Chairman stepped down from his post in July following a string of allegations of sexual misconduct and sexual assault. Since his exit, further allegations have also come to light.
Maven Comments On Vince McMahon Allegations
When asked about McMahon, Maven because he wasn’t “in the room” he doesn’t know what happened, before adding that there’s always people with their “hand out.” After joking with the hosts that they would also have their hands out for the right price, the Tough Enough winner joked “I wish Harvey Weinstein wanted to jerk off in front of me,”
“I don’t give a s**t,” Maven said. “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.” The hosts of the podcast joked that they would have their hand out too for the right price. Maven agreed. “I’ve always said it, I wish Harvey Weinstein wanted to je** o** in front of me,” Maven joked. “That said, I can’t know what was consensual.”
Harvey Weinstein is currently serving 23 years in jail after being convicted of rape and sexual assault. The former Hollywood mogul has since been found guilty of raping another woman and could yet be sentenced to another 24 years in prison.
On December 13th it was reported that Vince McMahon wants to return to WWE. This is despite the same report revealing fresh allegations of sexual assault, while also refusing to pay damages to the woman involved. He is also refusing to meet legal demands from former WWE referee Rita Chatterton related to an alleged sexual assault in 1986.
Vince McMahon retired from his role with WWE in July 2022 following a string of sexual misconduct claims were made against him, while it is alleged that he paid more than $12 million in secret settlements to supress the allegations.
H/t to Wrestling Inc