VINCE MCMAHON INVESTIGATION: NY Post publishes love letter Janel Grant sent to Vince McMahon, attorney says she was coerced

Posted on 4/01/124 by Colin Vassallo

A New York Post article has shed light on a love letter
written by Janel Grant to Vince McMahon on December 24, 2021
where she described the former WWE CEO as “my best friend,
my love, and my everything.”

Grant, who sued McMahon, John Laurinaitis, and WWE, is
claiming that she was coerced into writing the letter and
her attorney, Ann Callis, said that Grant was instructed to
write it by the former WWE chief.

Screenshots of text messages a few days earlier corroborate
her version of events as she sent a picture of her right arm
where she had surgery on her left finger, asking Vince, “How
will I write your letter? I can type & read it. Or try to
write in a couple of days. I’m so sorry if I mess this up. I
want u to have a nice letter,” along with a sad face emoji.

Jessica Taub Rosenberg, McMahon’s attorney from the law firm
Kasowitz Benson Torres, told the Post that no one coerced
Grant to write the letter and she wrote it of her own

Grant’s spokesperson said many of the lines in the letter
were taken from the 1947 film The Bishop’s Wife as well as
other exiting material from pop culture.

The letter, published in full by the Post, was Grant’s 24th
draft and is four pages long.

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