WWE boss Vince McMahon and his wrestling brand are reportedly being accused of using a”fraudulent scheme” in a new lawsuit.
And shareholders are also calling into question the company’s ties with Saudi Arabia.
And a portion of the 44-page filing is said to relate to an alleged “hostage situation” regarding wrestlers at the Crown Jewel event where Fury competed.
But shareholders Ryan Merholz and Melvyn Klein have named McMahon, Paul Levesque – AKA Triple H – and his wife and Vince’s daughter Stephanie McMahon in a new claim, say Forbes.
The claim relates to an allegation that McMahon delayed the live feed of the event until he received money for the show.
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