A Detailed Look At Ex-WWE Employee's Lawsuit Against WWE & The Big Show

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We reported last week here on WrestlingNewsWorld.com that former WWE employee Andrew Green was suing WWE and The Big Show over a backstage incident at Royal Rumble. Green's wife, Staci, is also listed as a plaintiff in the suit filed in the Superior Court of the state of Arizona.

The following claims are listed in the litigation:

  • Count one - Negligence: Big Show
  • Count two - Assault: Big Show
  • Count three - Battery: Big Show
  • Count four - Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: Big Show
  • Count five - Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress: Big Show
  • Count six - Negligence: WWE
  • Count seven - Invasion of Privacy: WWE
  • Count eight - Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: WWE
  • Count nine - Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress: WWE
  • Count ten - Commercial Appropriation of Likeness: WWE
  • Count eleven - Unjust Enrichment/Restitution: WWE
  • Count twelve - Intentional Tort: WWE
  • Count thirteen - Accounting/Constructive Trust: WWE
  • Count fourteen - Negligent Hiring: WWE
  • Count fifteen - Negligent Retention: WWE
  • Count sixteen - Negligent Training/Supervision: WWE
  • Count seventeen - Compensatory Damages
  • Count eighteen - Loss of Consortium
  • Count nineteen - Punitive/Exemplary Damages

The entire lawsuit is available online in PDF format at this link.

  • Christ man, that is a lot of indictments.

    • PegLeg1069

      They’re not indictments. This is a civil case, not criminal. They’re just accusations.

  • Kenneth

    Now I’m by no means fluent in Legalese so I may have missed some aspect of this in the opening jargon, but to me this just sounds like a whole lot of nothing that some disgruntled ex-employee is hoping to use to make a quick buck.

  • ACEmon

    His feelings got hurt too? smh @ Count#4……lol