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NFT: Full Affidavit of former WWE Diva Ashley Massaro

Mr. Nickels : 5/20/2019 1:37 pm
"Former WWE Diva Ashley Massaro recently died. Her affadavit when she sued WWE includes her being encouraged by Vince McMahon not to report that she was drugged and raped by US military staff while on tour in Kuwait. Content warning - this is sickening reading."
Affidavit of Ashley Massaro - ( New Window )
Some of the stuff..  
FatMan in Charlotte : 5/20/2019 1:41 pm : link
seems a little unbelievable. But I might believe this part:

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I had to undergo surgery to have a five-inch mental plate, eight screws,
and staples placed in my leg. My leg was then placed in a cast and I clearly should
not have been performing while I recovered from this surgery.


A typo or foreshadowing?
Not surprised  
Sonic Youth : 5/20/2019 1:47 pm : link
Last Week Tonight recently did a segment on McMcahon and the WWE in general that received a ton of support from former wrestlers. The company does not take care of their talent and this seems pretty par for the course for them on the surface (conceptually, as I honestly haven't read the full affidavit).
...  
Mr. Nickels : 5/20/2019 1:51 pm : link
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Then, after we had arrived in Kuwait, I began to suffer from menstrual cramps. I had asked to rest in the Humvee, which was air-conditioned during a break, and the US Army soldiers insisted I was suffering from dehydration, notified
Gary, and insisted on taking me to a nearby military base in Kuwait.

I was told at
the base that I needed an IV for dehydration. I protested but they insisted that I needed it and it was very common due to the hot weather.

When I arrived at the sickbay, an IV was placed in my arm almost immediately. After sitting with the IV in my arm for what felt like hours, Jimmy Hart came to check up on me and make sure I was ok. I told him I was fine but that
they wouldnít let me leave because they said I had to wait to see a doctor. Jimmy said he and the rest of the group were going to get lunch and left.


Another couple of hours went by and then a man appeared in the sickbay, dressed in an orange t-shirt and cargo shorts, and I had heard others comment that it was his birthday. He represented himself as a US Army doctor but I observed that all the other doctors at the facility had been wearing scrubs so I do not know whether this was true. He was with a woman who was dressed in full military fatigues.

While I was still in the sickbay, he approached me and almost
immediately administered an IV of an unknown substance in my other arm. Almost immediately after, the alleged doctor and the woman in fatigues moved me into a room that did not appear to be a treatment room and placed me on a table. The
woman guarded the door while the man proceeded to inject me with a drug that caused me to be unable to move my body or to scream.

The man then proceeded to violently rape and sodomize me. I was completely helpless to defend myself against this attack as the drug he injected rendered me temporarily paralyzed. Despite being unable to control my movements, I remained fully conscious for every second of the attack. I felt
excruciating pain as a result of this man penetrating me by force and against my will, in a violent and aggressive manner, while I was completely defenseless.

Each second that went by was excruciating and I have never felt more helpless or been more terrified in my entire life. The experience was a living nightmare.

I donít know exactly how long this went on for but if felt like an eternity. The suffering I endured far surpassed all the injuries I had ever suffered in the ring put together; I was experiencing not only severe physical pain but severe emotional and psychological trauma. I have always considered myself to be a fighter and survivor so I canít even find the words to describe what it felt like to be thrown on a
table and stripped and then brutalized in the worst possible way that one human being is capable of brutalizing another - all while being unable to move or speak.

In addition to the pain and terror, I felt almost dehumanized, and was extremely disturbed by the feeling that I was somehow given to this man as some type of sick birthday present, and it also made me sick that the female soldier willingly guarded the door for him while he raped me without blinking an eye.
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Mr. Nickels : 5/20/2019 1:51 pm : link
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Then, after we had arrived in Kuwait, I began to suffer from menstrual cramps. I had asked to rest in the Humvee, which was air-conditioned during a break, and the US Army soldiers insisted I was suffering from dehydration, notified
Gary, and insisted on taking me to a nearby military base in Kuwait.

I was told at the base that I needed an IV for dehydration. I protested but they insisted that I needed it and it was very common due to the hot weather.

When I arrived at the sickbay, an IV was placed in my arm almost immediately. After sitting with the IV in my arm for what felt like hours, Jimmy Hart came to check up on me and make sure I was ok. I told him I was fine but that
they wouldnít let me leave because they said I had to wait to see a doctor. Jimmy said he and the rest of the group were going to get lunch and left.


Another couple of hours went by and then a man appeared in the sickbay, dressed in an orange t-shirt and cargo shorts, and I had heard others comment that it was his birthday. He represented himself as a US Army doctor but I observed that all the other doctors at the facility had been wearing scrubs so I do not know whether this was true. He was with a woman who was dressed in full military fatigues.

While I was still in the sickbay, he approached me and almost
immediately administered an IV of an unknown substance in my other arm. Almost immediately after, the alleged doctor and the woman in fatigues moved me into a room that did not appear to be a treatment room and placed me on a table. The
woman guarded the door while the man proceeded to inject me with a drug that caused me to be unable to move my body or to scream.

The man then proceeded to violently rape and sodomize me. I was completely helpless to defend myself against this attack as the drug he injected rendered me temporarily paralyzed. Despite being unable to control my movements, I remained fully conscious for every second of the attack. I felt
excruciating pain as a result of this man penetrating me by force and against my will, in a violent and aggressive manner, while I was completely defenseless.

Each second that went by was excruciating and I have never felt more helpless or been more terrified in my entire life. The experience was a living nightmare.

I donít know exactly how long this went on for but if felt like an eternity. The suffering I endured far surpassed all the injuries I had ever suffered in the ring put together; I was experiencing not only severe physical pain but severe emotional and psychological trauma. I have always considered myself to be a fighter and survivor so I canít even find the words to describe what it felt like to be thrown on a
table and stripped and then brutalized in the worst possible way that one human being is capable of brutalizing another - all while being unable to move or speak.

In addition to the pain and terror, I felt almost dehumanized, and was extremely disturbed by the feeling that I was somehow given to this man as some type of sick birthday present, and it also made me sick that the female soldier willingly guarded the door for him while he raped me without blinking an eye.
Sounds awful  
pjcas18 : 5/20/2019 1:56 pm : link
I have many family members in the military or former military and they describe some crazy shit, nothing like what is alleged in this affidavit. Not even close. if true.

I'm not saying it didn't happen, but to me that is the only thing unbelievable (and I don't mean I don't believe, I mean holy shit that's unbelievable) - the rest is consistent with what I've heard about WWE (mostly from the WWF days) - first hand.
RE: Not surprised  
Deejboy : 5/20/2019 1:56 pm : link
In comment 14449981 Sonic Youth said:
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Last Week Tonight recently did a segment on McMcahon and the WWE in general that received a ton of support from former wrestlers. The company does not take care of their talent and this seems pretty par for the course for them on the surface (conceptually, as I honestly haven't read the full affidavit).

Even worse they have a total monopoly on pro wresting and destroy all their competitors. They will never allow another WCW to threaten them or ECW to rise up in the U.S.

You can argue wrestling went downhill after WWE bought those two companies. Wrestlers now don't have other well paying companies to work for. Imagine the movie industry where only one studio made all the movies and had all the actors. Creativity would be non-existent and talent would never be developed.
RE: RE: Not surprised  
Mr. Nickels : 5/20/2019 1:59 pm : link
In comment 14449997 Deejboy said:
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In comment 14449981 Sonic Youth said:


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Last Week Tonight recently did a segment on McMcahon and the WWE in general that received a ton of support from former wrestlers. The company does not take care of their talent and this seems pretty par for the course for them on the surface (conceptually, as I honestly haven't read the full affidavit).


Even worse they have a total monopoly on pro wresting and destroy all their competitors. They will never allow another WCW to threaten them or ECW to rise up in the U.S.


You can argue wrestling went downhill after WWE bought those two companies. Wrestlers now don't have other well paying companies to work for. Imagine the movie industry where only one studio made all the movies and had all the actors. Creativity would be non-existent and talent would never be developed.



AEW debuts next weekend and has a TV deal with TNT.
Are there drugs that can  
Metnut : 5/20/2019 2:08 pm : link
do what Ashley is claiming was done to her?

These are horrible accusations and I feel awful for her if anything close to it is true.
RE: RE: RE: Not surprised  
Deejboy : 5/20/2019 3:03 pm : link
In comment 14450000 Mr. Nickels said:
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In comment 14449997 Deejboy said:


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In comment 14449981 Sonic Youth said:


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Last Week Tonight recently did a segment on McMcahon and the WWE in general that received a ton of support from former wrestlers. The company does not take care of their talent and this seems pretty par for the course for them on the surface (conceptually, as I honestly haven't read the full affidavit).


Even worse they have a total monopoly on pro wresting and destroy all their competitors. They will never allow another WCW to threaten them or ECW to rise up in the U.S.


You can argue wrestling went downhill after WWE bought those two companies. Wrestlers now don't have other well paying companies to work for. Imagine the movie industry where only one studio made all the movies and had all the actors. Creativity would be non-existent and talent would never be developed.




AEW debuts next weekend and has a TV deal with TNT.

The irony of Turner back to broadcasting wrestling again. Apparently they are handling all production costs and splitting ad revenue so Turner is very much back in the wrestling business. AEW seems like it will also go hard for the Southern/traditionalist wrestling fan that was the backbone of WCW and old NWA and who hate Vince McMahon. I have no clue if it will work since the worst investment you can make is a wrestling company but the Khans seem like they don't care about the loses and just want to establish a company. We will see how long that lasts cause Dixie Carter had billions from daddy and even he got sick of losing money.
RE: Are there drugs that can  
RiffRaff : 5/20/2019 3:05 pm : link
In comment 14450009 Metnut said:
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do what Ashley is claiming was done to her?

These are horrible accusations and I feel awful for her if anything close to it is true.


I'm not a doctor or a drug specialist of any kind, but to what knowledge I do have there are a number of drugs that will paralyze a patient temporarily. It's often used in surgery, but one drug that does that is also used in executions.
RE: Are there drugs that can  
Mike in NY : 5/20/2019 3:11 pm : link
In comment 14450009 Metnut said:
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do what Ashley is claiming was done to her?

These are horrible accusations and I feel awful for her if anything close to it is true.


Midazolam (a/k/a Versed)
RE: RE: RE: RE: Not surprised  
Ten Ton Hammer : 5/20/2019 3:12 pm : link
In comment 14450075 Deejboy said:
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In comment 14450000 Mr. Nickels said:


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In comment 14449997 Deejboy said:


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In comment 14449981 Sonic Youth said:


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Last Week Tonight recently did a segment on McMcahon and the WWE in general that received a ton of support from former wrestlers. The company does not take care of their talent and this seems pretty par for the course for them on the surface (conceptually, as I honestly haven't read the full affidavit).


Even worse they have a total monopoly on pro wresting and destroy all their competitors. They will never allow another WCW to threaten them or ECW to rise up in the U.S.


You can argue wrestling went downhill after WWE bought those two companies. Wrestlers now don't have other well paying companies to work for. Imagine the movie industry where only one studio made all the movies and had all the actors. Creativity would be non-existent and talent would never be developed.




AEW debuts next weekend and has a TV deal with TNT.


The irony of Turner back to broadcasting wrestling again. Apparently they are handling all production costs and splitting ad revenue so Turner is very much back in the wrestling business. AEW seems like it will also go hard for the Southern/traditionalist wrestling fan that was the backbone of WCW and old NWA and who hate Vince McMahon. I have no clue if it will work since the worst investment you can make is a wrestling company but the Khans seem like they don't care about the loses and just want to establish a company. We will see how long that lasts cause Dixie Carter had billions from daddy and even he got sick of losing money.


I think where Dixie Carter and TNA fell off the rails was falling back on old timers, and then eventually letting said old timers run the show from a writing/creative standpoint.

The Khans seem to recognize that wrestling-watching audience is under-served.
In the film Law Abiding Citizen,  
Beezer : 5/20/2019 3:41 pm : link
the main character uses a drug on the guy who killed his family. Then he (spoiler - old movie, but SPOILER!!!) tortures and hacks to pieces the murderer (whose attorney got him off on lesser charges), while he is paralyzed but feels everything.

No clue what the drug was ... but such a brutal scene. Great movie, though.
And that's horrible  
Beezer : 5/20/2019 3:42 pm : link
what she said happened to her. Obviously no one knew what happened but her, but people are evil, so ... I do believe it.
A woman that looked like her  
JonC : 5/20/2019 3:55 pm : link
deals with shit every waking minute of her life that few men do. The curse of the incredibly attractive female.
Fucking fuck  
BrianLeonard23 : 5/20/2019 4:04 pm : link
Thatís horrifying
I believe blowfish toxin can have that effect  
Hsilwek92 : 5/20/2019 4:18 pm : link
...
There's probably bigger piles of scum than Vince McMahon on earth  
Stu11 : 5/21/2019 8:36 am : link
But I can't think of any off the top of my head...
It's funny..  
FatMan in Charlotte : 5/21/2019 8:40 am : link
because Vince is almost like a modern day Mafia boss.

He controls an industry with coersion, suppression and manipulation. He's avoided any serious fallout from steroid abuse oversight - where he was involved in supplying them and forcing wrestlers to use them or be canned.

The guy has built an Empire by breaking rules, laws and employment practices.

He might as well be a concrete magnate in the Northeast.
Cause of death revealed  
Mr. Nickels : 5/21/2019 1:02 pm : link
she hung herself.
Awful.  
Beezer : 5/21/2019 1:04 pm : link
Poor girl.
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