WWE is making an effort to ensure their talent keep Healthy Relationships in their personal lives.
According to Dave Meltzer in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE will be hosting a Mandatory Counseling session (via streaming) on the subject of keeping healthy relationships. It was noted that the meetings are a push to change the culture in the wrestling business in the wake of the Speaking Out movement, with Total Life Counseling presenting a “mandatory session for all talent on that subject.”
The first meeting on October 28 will be the main presentation to all talent, with subsequent sessions being available for individual talents to ask questions in smaller “breakout” groups.
Multiple wrestlers across several different promotions have been accused of sexual assault and misconduct in recent months, including “Gentleman” Jack Gallagher and Ligero, who have all been released since the respective allegations against them first surfaced. More recently, Candy Cartwright (Samantha Tavel) filed lawsuits against multiple parties after making allegations that Matt Riddle had sexually assaulted her. Tavel is suing Riddle, WWE, EVOLVE/WWN and EVOLVE’s Gabe Sapolsky for $10 million each. Last month, Riddle filed a defamation civil suit against Cartwright for the allegations made against him hours after he voluntarily dropped the restraining order request made against her.
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