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Vince McMahon paid a huge amount of money to cover up sexual misconduct claims

Vince McMahon, who announced his retirement last week, had to pay no less than 14.6 million dollars to women in order to silence and/or settle complaints of sexual misconduct against him.

According to a report filed by the WWE itself, McMahon awarded $14.6 million to keep several women silent about allegations for sexual misconduct that occurred between 2006 and 2022, according to the New York Post.

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The WWE also clarified that this monstrous amount was in “unrecorded expenses”, but that it will analyze the expenses to reflect these said expenses.

Another investigation is also underway and could lead to potential lawsuits.

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Nick Carter sued for sexual assault

The Backstreet Boys‘ most popular member, Nick Carter, is reportedly facing a sexual battery lawsuit stemming from an alleged incident involving a minor in 2001.

Legal documents cited by TMZ reveal that the alleged victim was 17 years old at the time of the alleged incident. She would have been invited by Carter to board the Backstreet Boys tour bus, while she was waiting in line for autographs.

Once on the bus, according to the document, Carter took her into the bathroom stall and ordered her to perform oral sex on him.

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After the alleged act, Carter allegedly led him to a bed to continue his assault. Once the event was over, Shannon Ruth allegedly threatened Carter to report him, but Carter retorted with an insult and said that no one would believe her.

Recall that the Backstreet Boys main star has faced serious sexual misconduct allegations in the past, but has never been criminally charged.

According to TMZ, at least one source close to Nick said the accusations were categorically false and that he has been focusing on his family since the death of his brother Aaron.

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Aaron Carter, however, who tragically died recently, had himself accused his brother of several indecent acts, including on Twitter and in an interview.

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Funeral for French rock star Johnny Hallyday draws hundreds of thousands onto Paris streets.

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1992

Britain’s Prince Charles and Princess Diana announced their separation.

1990

Lech Wałęsa wins Poland’s 1st direct presidential election in Poland.

Pope John Paul canonizes Marie-Marguérite d’Youville, founder, in 1755, of the Sisters of Charity of the Hôpital Général (Soeurs grises or Grey Nuns).

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Montreal subway trains collide, killing one passenger and destroying 36 Metro cars.

1967

Jim Morrison arrested on stage for disturbing the peace at the New Haven Arena, Connecticut, making him the 1st rock star to be taken into custody during a performance.

1965

“A Charlie Brown Christmas” first Peanuts animated special premieres on CBS in the US.

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2000

Mario Lemieux announced to the Pittsburgh Penguins that he planned to return to the National Hockey League (NHL) as a player at age 35. He would be the first modern owner-player in U.S. pro sports.

1991

Russia, Byelorussia and Ukraine declared the Soviet national government to be dead. They forged a new alliance to be known as the Commonwealth of Independent States. The act was denounced by Russian President Gorbachev as unconstitutional.

1987

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1980

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1978

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1956

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1941

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1852

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Ludwig van Beethoven’s 7th Symphony in A, premieres in Vienna with Beethoven conducting.

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