WWE CEO Vince McMahon and the company itself has been facing a number of lawsuits for a few years now and they just recently had yet another lawsuit filed against them in the United States District Court of The Western District of Pennsylvania by Dana W. Wiley. PWInsider.com reports that on June 30 Wiley filed a lawsuit that allegedly shows the WWE having a breach of contract and a failure to reimburse a $5,500 down payment hangout and what app email contract to a fan to meet WWE employee Alexa Bliss. It was also mentioned on the lawsuit Vince breached an agreement for Wiley to become a WWE employee with a $70,000 per month salary.
This isn’t reportedly the first time that Wiley had tried to sue McMahon as he did so when he filed a lawsuit against the WWE Chairman, members of DX and the NWO by claiming that he had signed a fair use contract for the trademarks of those factions back in 1995. According to Dana W. Wiley, he signed the fair use contract on the steps of a courthouse in New Castle, Pennsylvania after being sentenced in a different and unrelated criminal case, which was later dismissed. Dana W. Wiley is reportedly looking to get paid $6 million for breach of contract and reimbursement of all legal fees.