TNA Takes Legal Action Against Scott Steiner Over "Disparaging Remarks" On Twitter

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The City Paper out of Nashville, Tennessee is reporting that TNA Wrestling filed a verified complaint on Monday in Chancery Court against Scott Steiner. The complaint asks a judge for an injunction to stop Steiner's "disparaging remarks" on Twitter.

TNA claims Steiner's comments, made on Twitter.com/ScottSteiner, violate a contract he signed in December 2010 where he is forbidden from making public statements, including Tweets, without prior approval. The report confirms TNA sent a letter to Steiner on May 15th, demanding he stop the remarks.

Not only has Steiner not stopped but he's called Hulk Hogan's daughter, Brooke, a "whore" since the letter.

The paper reports TNA paid Steiner $2500 per pay-per-view appearance during his time with the company.

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