The New York Post has published a six-page “love letter” written by Janel Grant to Vince McMahon.

In Grant’s own words she claims to have been inspired to write the Christmas Eve love letter after she and McMahon “spilled their hearts to each other”.

She calls McMahon her “best friend”, “love” and “everything”.

“You see my heart. You see my soul. And helped me the one thing I feared I had lost for good – my smile,” she writes.

She explains that she felt free when they could act like a couple in public.

“Even though few people know about us, the most freeing feeling this year came when we got to act like a couple  – open, freely – when Mickey, Paul and the Chef were around us,” she states.

She ends her letter with: “I’m the luckiest person on the planet because I found you and you, Vince McMahon, are the ONE. For the yesterdays, todays, and the tomorrows I can hardly wait for, thank you my sweet beast. My heart is yours – always and forever,” she concludes.

Grant’s lawyer maintains she was told to write the letter by McMahon himself.

“Frankly it’s pretty disgusting that Vince’s weeks-late attempt to defend his horrendous behavior — behavior he claims to this day never happened — is to try to showcase letters that Vince himself coerced her to write. His psychological torture of her continues — as is typical of abusive predators who respond to women speaking out with increased threats. While Janel isn’t a stranger to his intimidation tactics, this is a new low even for him,” Ann Callis told The Post.

McMahon’s attorney denies the claims.

“This is revisionist history. No one coerced Ms. Grant to write that letter. She wrote it of her own accord. The fact that the letter shows it was the 24th draft speaks volumes,” said Jessica Taub Rosenberg.

Here is the full letter, all four pages: