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Vince McMahon and the WWE are no strangers to legal battles, and the company and its Chairman have suffered many lawsuits throughout the years. Looks like another one was recently filed, and it’s pretty over the top.

Yet Another Lawsuit for Vince McMahon & The WWE

PWInsider reports another lawsuit has been filed against Vincent Kennedy McMahon and the WWE. It was filed by Dana W. Wiley in the U.S. District Court of The Western District of Pennsylvania.

As per the report, Wiley states a contract breach. In addition, a reimbursement failure a $5,500 downpayment (exact words in the document) “hangout what app email contract to personal fan meet WWE employee Alexia (sic) Bliss” on “6/30”.

Another oddity is that the lawsuit was handwritten. It also claims that VKM breached an agreement for Dana Wiley to become an employee.

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The agreed-upon salary was apparently $70,000 per month. Wiley also states in the documents that he was discriminated against by Vinny-Mac. It was highlighted that the “Plaintiff” was arrested and charged (sic) for aggravated (sic) assault and attempted homicide against “New Castle, Pennsylvania Law Enforcement” on October 22, 2022.

It goes on to say that it was an “order of the U.S. Secret Service” and “Pennsylvania State Police Troop D”. The documents also note that the “major case team possess a warrant to unlawful seized search” of the Plaintiff’s phone and property in a “conspiracy theory plot” to destroy and obstruct any evidence that supports facts that the WWE employee “Alexia (sic) Bliss email test to the Plaintiff hangout, what app email business accounts”.

He’s asking for $6 million dollars for the breach and to be reimbursed for all his legal fees. Interestingly enough, this isn’t the first time Dana Willey has tried to sue VKM.

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He attempted a lawsuit back in 1995. This time, he sued Vince, as well as members of the NWO and DX, stating he had signed a “fair use” agreement for those groups’ trademarks.

Wiley noted he signed the deal on the New Castle, PA courthouse steps after being sentenced in a criminal case that was “unrelated”. The legal suit was eventually dismissed.