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Stephanie McMahon Allegedly Fully Aware of Ashley Massaro’s Assault

by Terra
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The late WWE diva Ashley Massaro’s best friend has unexpectedly revealed that Stephanie McMahon was fully aware of the alleged assault that occurred in Kuwait on a WWE tour. Massaro claimed to have been sexually raped on a US military base before tragically taking her own life in 2019. Despite their apology, WWE reportedly talked her out of telling the police what had transpired.

Cara Pipia, Massaro’s acquaintance, told News Nation that Stephanie McMahon discussed the incident with Vince McMahon several times. McMahon supposedly had Stephanie take his place to make Massaro feel at ease, but Pipia believes it was all a ruse. Ashley, according to her friend, was left alone inside a boardroom meeting, feeling intimidated and without assistance.

Pipia revealed that WWE left Massaro in Kuwait following the alleged assault, and while they did eventually arrange for her return, it was not a priority. According to Pipia, WWE’s focus was on returning to work in the United States since Vince McMahon wanted them to continue their tasks.

The friend also offered light on Massaro’s addiction, which he attributed to the dispensing of muscle relaxants such as Soma in the WWE locker room. Pipia underlined that Ashley was already weak when the assault occurred, and the chemicals given to her rendered her defenseless.

While WWE first claimed ignorance of the assault, John Lauriniatis’ latest admissions indicate that upper-level management was aware of the claims. Pipia expressed delight that someone within WWE had finally spoken forward, contradicting the company’s prolonged denial.

Pipia sent a stern message to Vince McMahon in response to the revelations, saying, “Shame on you. How do you look at yourself?” She accused McMahon of being a sexual deviant in need of help and questioned why the pervasive issues within the company persist.

When asked if she thought the assault contributed to Massaro’s suicide, Pipia said, “99%, absolutely.” The charges and accusations leveled at WWE over its management of such instances raise serious issues about the treatment of women in the wrestling industry.


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Spencer February 16, 2024 - 4:31 AM

Wow

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Adam February 16, 2024 - 4:07 AM

Holy shit

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