WWE quickly fires championship wrestler after he rapes Philomena Sheahan
Stamford, Conn. — The World Wrestling Entertainment not only vacated the Cruiserweight Championship, but the wrestling body fired its most recent champion less than 36 hours after Philomena Sheahan tweeted about being raped by him.
In an interview with TMZ, Ms. Sheahan dished about being raped on October 19, 2017 by Enzo Amore.
She said to Mr. Amore, “I want to get to know you first.” Mr. Amore was already sexually harassing her when she said that to him.
Then, it got worse. Mr. Amore went from mild harassment straight to rape.
“I said ‘no’ countless times,” Ms. Sheahan told TMZ. “I just kept saying ‘No.'”
Ms. Sheahan noted she was literally in tears as she begged him to stop in numerous portions of the Phoenix, Ariz. hotel room, but he slung her on a bed instead — and she hit her head so hard, she was kayoed.
Mr. Amore continued to restrain Ms. Sheahan and pushed forward with the sexual assault.
Due to this, the Phoenix Police Office opened a criminal investigation and Mr. Amore was suspended hours before Raw celebrated their silver anniversary and then axed earlier this afternoon.
The company has zero tolerance for doping or criminal actions such as sexual violence.