NBC News and CNBC have combined their resources to put together a piece on Vince McMahon’s life after post-WWE.

In their report they spoke to 11 of McMahon’s “close personal associates and company insiders” but none of them wanted to be named.

Many claim McMahon has moved on from WWE and hasn’t spoken to Stephanie or Triple H about WWE business since he stepped down.

Instead one source told them: “For instance, on an afternoon in late March, McMahon returned on a private plane to the United States from the sunny Turks and Caicos Islands — but he wasn’t alone, according to a person close to him. He had with him seven kittens and a puppy, all of which he brought back to be adopted by his friends.”

Another source told them that McMahon doesn’t think he will be charged at all and he won’t even see the inside of a courtroom.

McMahon’s attorney, Jessica Rosenberg said: “The lawsuit’s claims are false, defamatory and entirely without merit. We intend to vigorously defend Mr. McMahon and are confident that he will be vindicated.”

Ann Callis, an attorney for Janel Grant, the women who has brought the sex trafficking case against Vince McMahon and others stated:  “Vince McMahon raped, trafficked and physically assaulted Janel Grant as part of his decades-long normalization of treating women within the WWE as objects. He might have thought that Janel would just walk away but that wishful thinking couldn’t be further from the case. Every day we are focused on adding to our mountain of evidence, speaking with other victims, hiring renowned experts on sex trafficking/coercive control and preparing to vociferously litigate this case.”

Meanwhile, while Vince McMahon didn’t attend and wasn’t part of this year’s WrestleMania. Stephanie and Linda McMahon did though.


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A source also said of the new era in WWE: “WWE is actually a really great place to work and Vince distracted from that. It’s been much better since he left. People feel like they’re on steadier ground.”