Dana W. Wiley recently filed a case against WWE and Vince McMahon in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
According to court papers obtained by Pwinsider.com, Wiley is suing for breach of contract and failing to pay back a $5,500 “down payment hangout, what app email contract to personal fan meet World Wrestling Entertainment employee Alexia (sic) Bliss” on June 30.
The case, which was written by hand, said that the WWE Executive Chairman broke a deal that Wiley would work for WWE and get paid $70,000 per month.
Wiley alleges McMahon discriminated against him as it was noted in the lawsuit the “Plaintiff was arrested and charge (sic) for attempted homicide, aggravate (sic) assault against New Castle, Pennsylvania Law Enforcement on 10/22/22 order the United States Secret Service and Pennsylvania State Police Troop, D. major case team to possess a warrant to unlawful seized Search I, Plaintiff phone device and property in conspiracy theory plot to obstruct and destroy any evidence supporting these facts that World Wrestling Entertainment employee Alexia (sic) Bliss email text to I, Plaintiff hangout, what app email business accounts.”
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Wiley wants to be paid $6 million for breaking the contract and to get all of his legal fees back.
Wiley has tried to sue McMahon before. In 1995, he sued McMahon, members of DX, and the NWO, saying that he had signed a fair use contract for the rights of those groups.
After receiving a sentence “in an unrelated criminal case,” he claimed to have signed the contract on the steps of a courthouse in New Castle, Pennsylvania. The case was dropped in the end.