It has finally come to pass, the #MeToo movement has hit the WWE, with Eric Arndt, otherwise known as Enzo Amore, in the crosshairs. The WWE has suspended Arndt and a police investigation into the allegations first made online is underway
Charges have been filed in Phoenix, Arizona, and the police are investigating the claims made by a woman online who wishes to remain anonymous. Arndt was in Phoenix on October, and the claims were that this happened the morning of the 19th. Arndt returned to LA from Phoenix later that day.
The woman wrote:
She wrote, “OKAY..it’s been long enough & I have been so so scared to share this. I was raped in mid-October by the WWE Enzo Amore (also known as Eric Arndt) & Tyler Grosso & TOOPOOR let it happen as accomplices. I was in a mental hospital for 45 days after it. They ARE NOT good people.”
The women then shared further details:
The original question TOOPOOR asked me was if I would ……. I said possibly but if I wasn’t down she said we could all just hang out. Then they got me way f***** up & they left knowing what was about to happen. When Enzo the WWE guy stared coming on to me I was passed out on the couch. I said “I want to get to know you first before doing anything.” He replied, “B**** I have 1million followers on instagram…you should be begging for this d***.” & then he restrained me & it happened. I never would be this dramatic about something like this but I want you all to know that I would’ve left if I could. I was in psychosis- I had no idea what was going on. I remember bits &pieces & I have constant flashbacks..My mental issues have been the worst ever & I suffer from major PTSD from it.
Queen’s Decree – We were not actually going to post about this, as it was just an accusation, but when the police became involved, and the WWE suspended Enzo, it was time to post. We are posting this as news and nothing more as we don’t really have any of the facts, or know what is really going on. Please stick with us as we follow this story, and, as always, we will report it with the utmost respect for all involved. Normally I write some sort of quip here about how I feel about the news posted. But as a woman in a very male-dominated industry, I have little to say – at this point – though I do want to mention that it wasn’t very long ago that the term ring rat was a locker room joke, and many wrestlers even laughed about such things in their promos worldwide. It is time for a change, and I hope this is further reaching than just entertainment and politics.