Brock Lesnar Spotted For First Time Since Vince McMahon Lawsuit

Brock Lesnar pictured for the first time since he was pulled from WWE TV

Brock Lesnar has been pictured for the first time since his WWE creative plans were scrapped in the aftermath of the sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon by former WWE employee Janel Grant. John Laurinaitis and WWE were also named as defendants. 

In a picture from Mark Rigney that was published on Tuesday, Lesnar was photographed hugging his daughter Mya Lesnar at the Don Kirby Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mya Lesnar took part in the women's shot put and finished the track and field event in first place with a throw of 19.07 metres. This ultimately set the Colorado State record but it was also the best mark in the NCAA so far this season. 

Mya Lesnar competed in the women's weight throw too, setting a career-best of 21.78 metres. This placed Lesnar 14th in the United States for the sport. 

Brock lesnar february 2024 with daughter

Brock Lesnar has been off WWE programming since SummerSlam 2023 when he put over Cody Rhodes. Lesnar was scheduled to return at the Royal Rumble but he was withdrawn from the men's Royal Rumble match after he was implicated in the lawsuit filed by Janel Grant. Lesnar was not named in the lawsuit but a "former UFC Heavyweight Champion" in the suit was identified by the Wall Street Journal as Lesnar. 

Among the allegations in the lawsuit, Vince McMahon was accused of using Grant as a sexual pawn in his attempts to re-sign Lesnar in 2021. One of the alleged informal conditions of Brock re-signing with WWE was that he could "f**k" Grant. McMahon also allegedly directed Grant to produce "personalized sexual content" for Lesnar which led to her filming herself urinating in a video for the former WWE Champion. Two sexual encounters between Lesnar and Grant were also arranged but did not take place. 

WWE's creative plans for Lesnar have since been scrapped. WWE have also looked to distance themselves from the former top star, removing him from the "Then, Now, Forever, Together" opening video to WWE broadcasts and selling off Lesnar merchandise. Brock has been removed from WWE SuperCard and the expectation is he will be downplayed by 2K and other WWE licensees. 

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