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Ring of Honor investigating sexual harassment allegation against World Champ Jay Lethal

On July 4, independent wrestler Taeler Hendrix responded to a fan tweet about Ring of Honor’s “House of Truth” stable, a group she performed in with Truth Martini and current World Champion Jay Lethal in 2016. In the course of their exchange, Hendrix accused Lethal of having her removed from Ring of Honor (ROH) television and sabotaging her career because she wouldn’t have sex with him:

As fans responded in support of both Hendrix and Lethal, she tweeted the following:

Lethal has not responded publicly or to requests for statements from press outlets. Ring of Honor offered this to Sean Radican of PWTorch:

“We were troubled to hear the allegations that surfaced last night on Twitter. We take these matters very seriously and will be investigating this situation thoroughly, reviewing all evidence related to the matter. Ring of Honor strives to provide an environment and workplace where male and female wrestlers are free from any misconduct or abuse. We will take appropriate action upon the conclusion of our findings.”

We will update if any of the parties comment further on this matter.